This morning, the Riverfront Times announced their nominations for the 2013 RFT Web Awards, and we're ecstatic to not only have Atomicdust nominated, but to have some of our client work recognized as well. Among the nominations were Goshen Coffee Company, Pastaria, STL Design Week and Atomicdust's Face Off Against Hunger Campaign.
Edwardsville's Goshen Coffee Company, which we rebranded this year with new packagaing and website design, was nominated for Best Overall Digital Campaign/Strategy. And the Bean vs Bean Challenge that we created for them was recognized for Best Use of Video for a Business or Organization.
Gerard Craft's St. Louis eatery Pastaria swept the 'Website' categories, with nominations for Best Website Design, Best Restaurant Website and Best Mobile Website. In 2012, we worked with Gerard and his team to brand the new restaurant, creating the websites, menus, logo and other collateral.
Also nominated for Best Website Design is the STL Design Week website, which we created with designer Carlos Zamora.
And finally, our Face Off Against Hunger campaign, which raised $4,000 for St. Louis nonprofit Food Outreach, is nominated for Best Use of Social Media for Civic Campaign. Who knew scanning your face on a copy machine could have such an impact!
We also want to congratulate Atomicdust designer/photographer Jason Stoff and developer Annie McCance for their Best Music Blog nominations, for their websites Encor.es and I Went to a Show.
We're honored to see our work singled out among thousands of local nominees, and look forward to celebrating the winners on January 22 at the exclusive awards ceremony at Off Broadway.
Fri, January 11 | By Danielle Hohmeier | Posted in Our Work, St. Louis