The Web Marketing Association just released the winners of its 19th annual WebAward Competition for website development, and we’re excited to announce our Blackboard Schoolwires K-12 Web Design Team won awards for all four nominations submitted.

According to the Web Marketing Association press release, the competition was judged by a team of independent internet professionals representing media, advertising executives, site designers, creative directors, corporate marketing executives, content providers, and webmasters.

More than 1,500 entries from 40 countries were submitted in the 96 categories this year. Entries were judged on design, copywriting, innovation, content, interactivity, navigation, and use of technology, which says a lot for our clients too – they took the website designs and created exceptional user experiences for their K-12 district stakeholders.

Congratulations to our winners:

K-12 Web Design Award for Barrington 220

Graphic Designer: Suzanne LaForge
Web Developer: Paul Nauman

 

K-12 Web Design Award for Public Schools of Robeson County

Graphic Designer: Suzanne LaForge
Web Developer: Jacinda Grannas

 

K-12 Web Design Award for Wake County PS

Graphic Designer: Meghan Hawk
Web Developer: Brenton Kelly

 

K-12 Web Design Award for Elyria City School District

Graphic Designer: Suzanne LaForge
Web Developer: Jeremy Katlic

 

Check out Blackboard Schoolwires to turn your district’s website into a stunning, engaging, and award-winning online presence today.

 

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