Archive for Awards
Posted by jamie | May 13, 2016
We are delighted that our recent collaboration with Point Five Design on Democracy Journal’s new website, launched in December 2015, has already received great recognition.
First the new site was named a Webby Honoree in the Political Blog / Websites category. That was followed by Horizon Interactive’s Award for Best Use of Typography. And now the Communicator Awards have given the site the Award of Excellence in the Websites/Politics category!
Posted by melissa | April 10, 2015
Webbys honor two Tierra projects:
Posted by melissa | April 2, 2015
We thrive on creating great digital products that our clients and their customers love using. We’re glad our peers like them too!
This year, three of Tierra’s projects won a Horizon Interactive Award.
Congratulations to our clients and collaborators!
- The New Yorker‘s Goings On App | Best in Category, Mobile Apps – Entertainment
- The CW Press Website | Silver, Websites – Entertainment Industry
- The Yale Law Journal Website | Bronze, Websites – Legal
About the Horizon Interactive Awards
In its 13th year, the Horizon Interactive Awards was created to recognize excellence in interactive media production worldwide. Since 2001, the competition has received tens of thousands of entries from many countries around the world and nearly all 50 US States. Each year, those entries are narrowed down to the “best of the best” to be recognized and promoted on and international stage for their excellence. The judging process involves a Horizon Interactive Awards advisory panel, end user panel and a worldwide panel of judges consisting of industry professionals. Winning entries are dubbed the “best of the best” in the interactive media industry.
For more information, visit www.horizoninteractiveawards.com.
Posted by melissa | January 21, 2015
It’s award season…and we’re in the running for the 2015 Appy Awards!
“The [free iOS and Android] app is a guide to New York City’s cultural life with searchable listings for theatre, art, films, nightlife, restaurants, classical music, and more. The event listings and recommendations can be saved to phone’s calendar and shared with friends via email and social media.
Additionally, The New Yorker’s writers and artists take users on audio tours, guiding them through their favorite places in the city.”
Posted by jamie | September 25, 2013
Cheers to our designers Heidi Adams, developer Gerard Gualberto, and project manager Melissa Wolff who worked hard to launch the redesigned site ahead of Shannon’s recent book tour for Two Nations Indivisible. The new site features Shannon’s media appearances and press mentions, events, excerpts from the book and her widely followed blog – Latintelligence – among other features. Read more about the project here.