Receiving an award voted on directly by the community means a lot. That motivates us to continue leveraging our proven design skills while pushing to constantly be improving the sites we deliver for our small business clients and partners.
Menifee, Ca (PRWEB) November 26, 2014
For the second year in a row, Modmacro, Inc. an independent web design and marketing firm, was recognized in the La Jolla Village News as one of the best web design firms serving the communities of La Jolla and University City, California. Modmacro received the silver medal in the category of Web Design in this, the sixth annual Readers Choice Awards. In 2013 the company won the gold medal in the web design category.
The Readers Choice Awards contest is held annually and voted on by the community through ballots distributed in the La Jolla Village News and on the publication’s website. Winners were announced in a 24-page special supplement publication dedicated to the Readers Choice Awards called “La Jolla’s Top Picks of 2014.”
“We are honored to have been chosen again by the readers of the La Jolla Village News to receive this award,” said Matt Smith, CEO of Modmacro. “Receiving an award voted on directly by the community means even more than winning industry awards because it’s the people who choose. That motivates us to continue leveraging our proven design skills while pushing to constantly be improving the sites we deliver for our small business clients and partners. Earlier this month we ran an ad in the La Jolla Village News to thank the community for honoring us for a second year.”
About Modmacro, Inc.
Modmacro is an award-winning, marketing and design firm dedicated to helping small businesses and non-profits grow and succeed. Services include web design, marketing, graphic design, branding, email marketing, digital advertising, and search engine optimization (SEO). Learn more about the company at http://www.modmacro.com/services/
About the La Jolla Village News
Founded in 1988, The La Jolla Village News is an independent source for local up-to-date news and businesses in the coastal communities of La Jolla, University City, Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Ocean Beach and Point Loma, California. It is published by the San Diego Community Newspaper Group located in Pacific Beach, California and distributed every other Friday.