We are pleased to announce that our work with the team at NYU College of Global Public Health (CGPH), has been recognized with four 2018 W3 Awards.
The W3 Awards celebrate digital excellence by honoring outstanding Websites, Web Marketing, Video, Mobile Sites/Apps & Social content created by some of the best interactive agencies, designers, and creators worldwide. In its thirteenth season, the W3 Awards received over 5,000 entries from Advertising agencies, PR Firms, Interactive Agencies, In-house creative professionals, Web Designers, Graphic Designers, and Web Enthusiasts. Entries are scored on a 100-point scale by the judges. On average, less than 10% of all entries will be selected as Gold Winners. Other outstanding entries will be Silver Winners. Best in Show selections represent the highest mark of distinction and are also selected by the Academy based on scoring. The judges will award Best in Show honors to the top 1% of all work entered.
From the W3 Awards official press release: “The creativity and quality of this season’s entries surpassed even our grandest expectations. As the digital landscape continues to expand and break new ground, our winners are a testament to the creative capability that makes the internet a true work of art.” said Derek Howard, the director of the AIVA. “On behalf of the over 750 members of The Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, we laud the talents and dedication our winners showcased and commend all of this year’s entrants for their commitment to furthering the quality of the digital content we view.”
And the winners are…
Best in Show – Website Features: User Experience
Gold – School/University Category
Silver – Website Features: Visual Aesthetics
Silver – Website Features: Structure and Navigation
The NYU CGPH team included Julia Cartwright, NYU Associate Dean of Communication, Promotion and Public Affairs; Chris Alexander,
NYU Director of Communications and Promotion; David Resto,
NYU Director, Technology and Client Services; and Hershy Korik, NYU Senior Web Developer.
The Four Kitchens team for NYU CGPH included Jeff Tomlinson as technical lead, Randy Oest as the visual and interaction designer, and Evan Willhite as frontend engineer. Chris Devidal acted as project manager, with additional input from Caris Hurd, Brian Lewis, and Adam Erickson.
The new NYU CGPH site is built on Drupal 8, with Paragraphs, Emulsify, Pattern Lab, and InVision rounding out the technologies used.
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