FutureLearn named Best User Experience at the UXUK Awards

Last night, FutureLearn won the “Best Education or Learning Experience” category and then competed against the other category winners to win the grand prize of “Best User Experience” at the UXUK Awards.

Two UXUK Awards

The UXUK Awards recognise excellence in user-focused digital or service design. Previous grand prize winners include the BBC and Transport for London.

FutureLearn first won the “Best Education or Learning Experience” category, which rewards “a beneficial learning and educational experience that has users at its heart”.

We then saw off competition from major brands such as easyJet and HSBC to win the overall “Best User Experience Award”, which is presented to “the very best of the best – the most inspiring, user-focused site, app or service.”

The awards were judged by an expert panel, who said that they recognised FutureLearn for the fact that user experience is at the heart of our whole process.

Last year, FutureLearn won a People’s Lovie and was named “Startup of the Year” – find out more.

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Comments (53)


  • Eunice Andrew0

    I am very glad to you and congratulation for the award.

  • Vivienne Taylor

    Congratulations for receiving the award!

    A fantastic achievement.

  • enas

    Congratulations you take it deservedly.
    Good luck for future.


    congratulations! you’re just amazing

  • Miss Evelyn

    Great work
    Thank you

  • Maungtwannyain Aryan

    I’m very glad to know that you won the greatest awards. Congratulations on your great awards.

  • Ishaq Ibrahim Yerima

    Congratulations! You’re so great. Keep it up!

  • Ibrahim

    Glad to hear that. You deserve it. Keep up the good work!

  • Joseph Waiswa

    Good work thank you

  • Adriel Monkam

    Leave a comment…I will like to participate. thanks a lot

  • Domingos Javela

    Congratulation! I´ve found a place worth spending time on studying- o FutureLearn.

  • Alsiddig Abdelsadig Faragallah

    Congratulations.You, Futurelearn deserve it.