Food, travel, sports, leisure, style, design and décor — all delightful topics that fall within the lifestyle feature designation. As shown by this year’s finalists in Best Service Feature: Lifestyle, digital publishers are finding new ways to transport us directly into these various worlds, allowing us to enter spaces that help to influence our own lifestyle choices whenever we like.
This year’s jury has nominated five exceptional digital service features that focus on lifestyle, with an emphasis on excellence in storytelling and packaging of content.
Some of this year’s nominees help us find new ways to navigate our cities, such as a robust and ever-expanding list of Toronto’s hidden gems and a Top 25 Best New Restaurants Guide, while others provide answers to questions on current wedding trends, how to make awe-inspiring cakes or what the best books of the year are.
We invite you to explore this year’s Best Service Feature: Lifestyle finalists:
2016 Wedding Trends Guide
Piece Of Cake
Kathryn Hayward and Lauren Ferranti-ballem, Writers
Kathryn Hayward, Editor
Sun Ngo, Digital Designer
Contributors: Irene Ngo, Rayna Schwartz, Roberto Caruso, David
Zelikovitz, Lauren Ferranti-ballem, Alyssa Ashton
The Globe 100: Best Books of the Year
The Globe and Mail
Where to Eat Now
Mark Pupo, Writer
Rebecca Philps, Editor
Tim Burden, JP Lazaro and Gene Brukson, Digital Developers
Amy Eaton and Natalie McLeod, Digital Designers
Contributors: Alex Baldinger, Christine Dewairy, Daniel Neuhaus, Dave
Gillespie, David Topping, Adam Campbell and Rebecca Fleming
The winners of the Best Service Feature: Lifestyle award will be announced at the Digital Publishing Awards Soirée on Thursday June 1, 2017 in Toronto. Tickets are now on sale. Purchase your tickets for #DPA17