Webby Award Winner

Tolerance.org, for which I did the original IA and led the experience team, won a Webby for best Activism site. And Guggenheim.com, produced by some friends of mine, won for best broadband site. That's nice.

I still think awards are stupid, somewhat opposed to the aims of user-centered design. But I slaved over that site, so I'll be over here basking in the 'congratulations' emails for a while.

Wednesday, June 19, 2002 | Permalink | Filed in Business of Design


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