Navis Learning Corporation Wins Two Silver International Davey Awards

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Recognition Given for Excellence in Interactive Multimedia and Creative Art Direction

Navis Learning was awarded two 2011 Silver Davey Awards in the categories of Interactive Multimedia and Creative Art Direction. Announced by the International Academy of the Visual Arts and with entries from across the US and around the world, the Davey Awards honors the finest creative work from the best small firms, agencies and companies worldwide.

Navis Learning was awarded the Silver Davey Award for Interactive Multimedia excellence for an eLearning course designed and developed to support the ongoing training needs associated with a global Web-based application for a leading Boston-based bio-pharmaceutical company. The online course has numerous and varied interactive elements simulating complex application transactions and is highly engaging for the learners.

Navis Learning was also awarded a second Silver Davey Award for outstanding Creative Art Direction and Graphic Design for unique training reference materials developed for a leader in the food and beverage industry. The materials are a creative interpretation inspired by the client’s products and include sliding components with pull-to-reveal reference material aligned for the young demographic that it was designed for. These are modern, innovative and forward-thinking student-training materials.

“We are extremely honored to receive these prestigious awards,” says Lauren Prisco, Executive Vice President for Navis Learning. “Receiving the awards confirms our leadership in instructional design excellence and affirms our commitment to designing and developing exceptional learning solutions for our clients.” Ms. Prisco continued by acknowledging the project teams that collaborated and contributed to the award winning solutions. “I am thrilled to accept the awards on behalf of the project teams—both the Navis and client project teams. Their expert contributions effectively aligned instructional design, development and creative graphical designs with award-winning results.”

About Navis Learning Corporation
Based in Massachusetts, Navis Learning is an established leader in providing learning and performance solutions for almost two decades. Navis maintains a client base that is representative of the diversity of its solutions. The company has worked with a wide range of clients from small start-ups to complex global organizations in industries such as finance; food & beverage; life sciences; state, local and federal government; manufacturing; retail and professional services; and more.

Navis Learning provides custom learning content design & development, eLearning solutions and instructor-led training services as well as strategic advisory and managed services. The Navis commitment to aligning effective instructional design and delivery with client learning and performance objectives provides clients with a competitive advantage with long-term benefits.

About The Davey Awards
The Davey Awards exclusively honor the “Davids” of creativity, the finest small firms, agencies and companies in the world. David defeated the giant Goliath with a big idea and a little rock—the sort of thing small firms do each year. The annual International Davey Awards honors the achievements of the "Creative Davids" who derive their strength from big ideas, rather than big budgets. The Davey Awards is the leading awards competition specifically for smaller firms, where firms compete with their peers to win the recognition they deserve. Please visit http://www.daveyawards.com for more information.

The Davey Awards is sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts, an invitation-only body consisting of top-tier professionals from a "Who's Who" of acclaimed media, advertising, and marketing firms. Please visit http://www.iavisarts.org for a full member list and more information.

For additional information, contact Mike Sheehan, Navis Learning, MSheehan(at)navislearning(dot)com.

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