New York, NY (PRWEB) April 28, 2006
Spring has sprung, and that means awards season for the interactive industry. Behavior Design, a leading independent interactive agency, is proud to announce that they have walked off with six 2006 Horizon Interactive Awards. The fifth annual international competition recognizes excellence in interactive media among multimedia developers worldwide.
Behavior Design was recognized for their excellence in interactive design and development with one Silver and five Bronze awards for their work on behalf of HBO, The Onion, the Museum of Modern Art, Pantheon Properties, and ResortQuest International.
- Silver Entertainment HBO: Deadwood Sets and Costumes
- Bronze Entertainment HBO: Carnivale Creating the Scene
- Bronze BtoB Pantheon Properties
- Bronze BtoB ResortQuest
- Bronze Education /Training Beyond the Visible: The Art of Odilon Redon
- Bronze Magazine/News The Onion
The 2006 competition was the largest and most competitive to date--nearly double the size of the previous year. Hundreds of entries were received from 17 countries including: Australia, Canada, Croatia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Malaysia, Indonesia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Italy, Singapore, South Africa, United Kingdom, and Nearly all 50 US States. A panel of judges, consisting of various industry professionals with diverse backgrounds, evaluated 13 different categories. The 2006 winning entries showcase the best developed web sites, CD-ROMs, DVDs, video, kiosks, online advertising video games and other interactive media.
“The Horizon Interactive Awards winners are at the top of their class. All of the winners this year exemplify the highest standard for interactive media development,” said Mike Sauce, founder of the Horizon Interactive Awards. “It is truly amazing to see the level of creativity, craftsmanship and artistry on display among this year’s winners."
ABOUT BEHAVIOR DESIGN
Behavior creates compelling user experiences to help our clients strengthen online brands, improve web site usability, increase online revenues, and decrease operating costs. Since 2001, Behavior has directed successful web development initiatives for the nation's top brands and companies, including JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM), ResortQuest International, IAC/InterActiveCorp (Nasdaq: IACI), HBO, Unilever ((NYSE: UL, UN), XM Satellite Radio (Nasdaq: XMSR), The Museum of Modern Art, Smithsonian Institution and The Onion. For more information, contact Terry Dagrosa, EVP Business Development at 212.532.4002 extension 208. Behavior is located in New York City. http://www.behaviordesign.com
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