Archive for the ‘Awards’ Category
You might recall our 30 days of simple campaign — a video-driven site that gave people a chance to discover and win a different simplehuman tool each day. Today we received recognition from HOW Magazine’s 2012 International & Interactive Design Awards and we couldn’t be more thrilled. Congrats to simplehuman and the Hello team!
Today Herman Miller POV was selected as Webpick of the Day. POV celebrates the work of five California architects with an interview on each including Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner (Marmol Radziner), Kim Coleman (Cigolle X Coleman), James Meyer (LeanArch), Jim Jennings (Jennings Architecture), and John Friedman (JFAK Architects). Each architect shares design challenges they faced that helped them create the homes featured in POV. Explore their unique points of view on modern architecture at Herman Miller POV.
We’re pleased to announce that 30 days of simple, a video-driven site we created for simplehuman, has won the FWA Site of the Day award. 30 days of simple was a month-long campaign that gave people a chance to discover and win a different simplehuman tool each day. You can visit the site here and watch each video to learn how simplehuman’s products make everyday life easier at home.
Hello’s TaylorMade Golf site has earned Webpick of the Day from Communication Arts. Taylormadegolf.com reveals why the brand is the #1 driver on tour by showcasing TaylorMade’s high-quality products and star tour players. Explore product specs, browse through the wide range of custom fitting options and learn about the technology behind TaylorMade’s latest clubs. The site was built in HTML5 and is compatible on iPhone and iPad devices. Catch up with the latest products here – we suggest you start with the new R11 and Burner Superfast 2.0 Metalwoods.
We’re pleased to see simplehuman’s 30 days of simple featured as today’s CommArts Webpick of the Day. With 30 days of simple, we wanted to educate consumers on the core features of simplehuman’s wide range of products, which the brand refers to as “tools for efficient living.” Each video highlights a simplehuman product and how it is designed to make life easier at home – like a sensor can that opens based on your movement or the new pet food can that keeps kibbles fresh and your pets out. There’s still time to win a product from 30 days of simple, enter to win here.
The Webby Award nominees have been announced and we’re pleased to see the site we built for the MoMA, Bauhaus: Workshops for Modernity, has been selected as a nominee in the art category. We designed the site based on a grid – one of the core design elements from the Bauhaus time period – to present the celebrated artists and work in a structured, systematic fashion reflective of the Bauhaus style.
As a nominee, our Bauhaus site is also up for a People’s Choice Award – VOTE FOR US HERE. Our TaylorMade Golf touch screen and Herman Miller site are also official honorees this year.
Today Tillamook.com was selected as the Webpick of the Day in Communication Arts. As Tillamook’s digital agency of record, we designed the site in reflection of Tillamook’s new branding. The site has a wide range of exclusive content and ways to interact with the brand, from making recipes from the Grilled Cheese Truck, the Bunk Bar, and the American Grilled Cheese restaurant to scoring Tillamook cheese by testing your knowledge in the Cheese IQ quiz. The site’s new blog “Loaf Life” shares behind the scenes sneak peeks into events like the Loaf Love Tour and also keeps fans updated on important cheese and dairy news – such as today is National Peanut Butter Lovers Day.
I.D. magazine has announced the winners of its Annual Design Review. We received awards for Herman Miller, Sony, Callaway Golf and the LA Phil. Every year I.D. and a jury of leading practitioners review thousands of submissions for the best in product, furniture, graphic and environment design. The Annual Design Review serves as an archive, showcasing the evolution of design and its impact on material and visual culture. To be a part of this archive is a great honor, and if you happen to be in New York, the winners will be showcased at the AIGA National Design Center.