NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO — Code and Theory’s work with the Green Bay Packers, Bloomberg, Vanity Fair, H&R Block’s Block Advisors, Globe & Mail, New York State, Truth Initiative, and the truth campaign® has been recognized for a total of seven Nominations and six Official Honoree designations in the 20th Annual Webby Awards.
As a Nominee our work has been selected as one of the five best in the world in its category, and the Official Honoree distinction is awarded to the top 20% of entries. This year, The Webbys received nearly 13, 000 entries.
Our work on the Bloomberg Business, Bloomberg Politics, and Bloomberg Pursuits sites is a Nominee in the “Best Business Blog/Website,” “Best Political Blog/Website,” and “Best Magazine Website” categories respectively.
GREEN BAY PACKERS MOBILE SITE
The Green Bay Packers mobile site is a Nominee in the “Best Sports Mobile Site/App” category alongside competitors like ESPN and FanDuel.
GLOBE & MAIL APP
The Globe & Mail App was recognized as an Official Honoree in the competitive “Mobile: News” category.
H & R BLOCK’S BLOCK ADVISORS
The new Block Advisors site has earned both a nomination in the “Best Financial Services/Banking Website” category and an Official Honoree designation in the “Web: Best Practices” category, a testament to its quality both within and outside of the financial sector.
NEW YORK STATE SENATE
The new New York State Senate site is an Official Honoree in both the “Web: Best Practices” and “Web: Government & Civil Innovation” categories.
TRUTH INITIATIVE & the truth® CAMPAIGN
The two new sites we designed for Truth Initiative and the truth campaign have received recognition. The truth campaign’s thetruth.com is a Nominee for “Best Charitable Organizations/Non-Profit Website.” The Truth Initiative is an Official Honoree in the “Web:Health” category.
VANITY FAIR’S NEW ESTABLISHMENT SUMMIT
The event site for Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit is a Nominee in the “Best Events Website” category, and an Official Honoree in the “Web: Best Home/Welcome Page” category.
In addition, our partner agency Y&R NZ won for “Best Corporate Social Responsibility Campaign” for the work on Burger King’s McWhopper campaign. We are proud to have worked alongside the Y&R NZ team on this successful campaign.
To see a list of all Code and Theory’s Webbys accolades over the years, click here.
ABOUT CODE AND THEORY
Code and Theory is a digital-first creative agency that designs products and brand experiences across platforms. The agency has helped to redefine media with clients including Bloomberg, Los Angeles Times, Vogue and Mashable and enables brands like Burger King to connect with new and existing consumers. Recognized as one of the top 10 most innovative companies in design by Fast Company in 2015, Code and Theory employs more than 350 people in offices in New York City, San Francisco, London, Atlanta and Manila. For more information, follow Code and Theory on Twitter and Facebook, or visit codeandtheory.com.
ABOUT THE WEBBY AWARDS
Hailed as the “Internet’s highest honor” by The New York Times, The Webby Awards is the leading international award honoring excellence on the Internet, including Websites, Advertising & Media, Online Film & Video, Mobile Sites & Apps and Social. Established in 1996, The Webby Awards received nearly 13,000 entries from all 50 states and over 70 countries worldwide this year. The Webby Awards is presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS). Sponsors and Partners of The Webby Awards include: Xfinity, Google, Vitamin T, YouTube, Adformatie, Advertising Age, Code and Theory, Cool Hunting, Creativepool, Digiday, FITC, Internet Week New York, It’s Nice That, Mashable, Mobile Marketing Association, Moleskine, Ninja Marketing, Northside Festival, NUMA, Social Media Week, SoDA, Springwise, Taste Talks, The Drum, The Guardian News Media, The Hollywood Reporter, Tube Filter and VentureBeat.