Project6 Wins Silver Prize in Interactive Web Design Competition | New


EMERYVILLE, California., October 8, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – The Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts has announced its winners for the 16th annual w3 Awards, representing an international cross-section of the most innovative digital content creators spanning websites, marketing, video, mobile, social networks and podcasts.

Project6 was among this year’s winners, winning accolades for recent web design projects. Among the more than 3,000 nominations received by the Academy for the w3 2021 awards, Project6’s website design for Finelite received a silver award.

These honors join the eleven other w3 awards received by Project6, dating back to 2011. As the prestigious website design and development company heads into 2022, it’s clear that more award-winning work is on the horizon.

About the w3 Awards

The w3 Awards recognize creative excellence on the web and recognize the people behind award-winning sites, marketing programs, social content, mobile sites / apps and online video. Honoring the best of the web, the w3 Awards are the first major web competition available to the biggest agencies, smallest businesses and everyone else. Small businesses are as likely to win as Fortune 500 companies and international agencies. After completing their 15th season, the w3 Awards received more than 3,000 entries from advertising agencies, public relations companies, digital agencies, in-house creative professionals, web designers and graphic designers.

About Project6 Design, Inc.

Project6 is an award-winning design company with expertise in educational and non-profit support needs. Services include branding, print media design, as well as website design and development for a diverse list of clients such as eBay, Gap, Stanford University, Old Navy, the Siebel Foundation and many more.

Media contact

Esten Sesto, Project6 Design, 510-540-8005, [email protected]

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