Squarespace Wins Best in Class Award for Web Design from Interactive Media Council, Inc.

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Squarespace, a subscription-based, friction-free publishing solution for managing feature-rich websites and blogs in the same platform, wins the 2007 Interactive Media Awards' (TM) (IMA) Best in Class ranking in the Web Design / Development category. The Best in Class award is the highest honor presented by the Interactive Media Council.

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Our homepage demonstrates the level of sophisticated, dynamic design we make possible with our software

    IMA nominations are submitted from around the world by web design firms, advertising agencies and corporate marketing departments, as well as individual web designers and graphic artists. Judges from leading companies, including American Express, Cadbury Schweppes, Deutsche Bank Asset Management and Microsoft, evaluated websites based on design, usability, standards compliance, content and innovation in technical features. In order to win, the Squarespace site had to meet strict guidelines in each area -- an achievement only a fraction of sites in the IMA competition earn each quarter.

"Our homepage demonstrates the level of sophisticated, dynamic design we make possible with our software," said Anthony Casalena, Founder and CEO of Squarespace. "This award further validates Squarespace as a leader in the Web publishing industry, particularly for businesses and individuals looking to build professional, feature-rich websites."

Serving more than 85 million page views per month, Squarespace takes pride in its reliable load balancing and clustering infrastructure. Hosting packages range from $7 to $65 per month, and are available for individuals or businesses. Enterprise users can also take advantage of Squarespace's customized support and bandwidth plans for $175 per month.

About Squarespace, Inc.

Squarespace makes website publishing software for perfectionists. A subscription-based service, Squarespace offers a friction-free solution to manage feature-rich websites and blogs together in the same platform. Individuals and businesses are given the flexibility to design a site to their exact needs without having the technical know-how or budget for a content management system or web development firm. Founded in 2003 by Anthony Casalena, the Squarespace platform manages thousands of personal and business sites, and currently serves more than one billion hits per year for clients on its network. For more information, visit http://www.squarespace.com.

About the Interactive Media Awards

The Interactive Media Awards recognize the highest standards of excellence in website design and development and honor individuals and organizations for their outstanding achievement. Sponsored by the Interactive Media Council, Inc., a nonprofit organization of leading web designers, developers, programmers, advertisers and other web-related professionals, the competition seeks to elevate the standards of excellence on the Internet. For more information visit http://www.interactivemediaawards.com.

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