We work with clients who are preparing students across the country to be ready for the future, and our products need to reflect that leading edge.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (PRWEB) June 11, 2018
With more than 2,000 submissions from 40 countries throughout the world, The Anthony School’s website is a Rose Gold winner in the 2018 Muse Creative Awards competition.
Entries in 325 categories were rated by an international panel during blind judging against rigorous standards. Winners were selected in a wide range of categories, from broadcast, print, social media and emerging platforms.
eSchoolView, a website design firm and developer of education software based in Columbus, Ohio, created The Anthony School’s custom site. The school has been a client since 2013.
Rob O’Leary, eSchoolView’s executive director, said his team works closely with clients to ensure very specific needs are met.
“Our goal is to deliver a product that effectively shares essential information with a school or educational organization’s primary audiences and builds unique relationships,” he said. “We do that while celebrating our client’s brand through a system that is efficient for users.”
The Anthony School website was built on a content management system eSchoolView created specifically for education-based clients. Its easy-to-use platform enables educational organizations to improve parent and community engagement.
“eSchoolView really understood how to finesse the vision we had,” The Anthony School Marketing Director Kari Bryde said. “We need our website to be a powerhouse marketing tool because we are a private institution and it is one of our strongest recruiting tools.”
eSchoolView serves hundreds of organizations across the United States, from public, private, charter and faith-based K-12 schools to educational associations. Its CMS, custom online portals and other integrated products help districts expand their reach.
The Muse Creative Awards program is administered and judged by International Awards Associates (IAA) and an elite panel of internationally recognized creative professionals. IAA oversees awards and recognition programs, provides judges and sets the competition’s rigorous standards.
“Recognition from such an esteemed organization is humbling, but underscores our passion to be at the forefront in our industry,” O’Leary said. “We work with clients who are preparing students across the country to be ready for the future, and our products need to reflect that leading edge.”
eSchoolView was created in 2008. Most significantly, eSchoolView was named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies in the U.S for the fourth consecutive year, an accomplishment that puts it in rare company.