OSWEGO IL – Weblinx, Inc., a Chicago area web design and development firm, has received a Gold Davey Award by The Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, to honor the firm’s work on the redesigned Chicago Meat Authority website.
The Davey Awards focus on smaller agencies doing big work in a variety of creative media. The awards are judged by members of the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, which include executives from organizations including Condé Nast, Disney, GE, Keller Crescent, Microsoft, Monster.com, MTV, Push., Publicis, Sesame Workshops, The Marketing Store, Worktank and Yahoo.
Congratulations Weblinx Inc.
More than 4,000 entries were submitted, and 34 agencies were honored with gold awards in the website design category.
According to the Davey Awards organization, “In determining Gold and Silver winners, entries are judged on their merits based on a standard of excellence as determined by the AIVA, considering the category entered. A category may have multiple Gold and Silver winners, or may have none. Entries are scored on a 10-point scale by the judges. Generally, Gold winners receive a score of 9.0 or above.”
Weblinx CEO Andy Clements credited the firm’s creative team for the award-winning website. “We are honored that our work was selected by The Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts to receive a Gold Davey Award,” Clements said. “Our creative team deserves the credit for a successful launch of the redesigned Chicago Meat Authority website. Many thanks to the Chicago Meat Authority for partnering with Weblinx.”