We "Thought It Up" for the Addy's

We "Thought It Up" for the Addy's

Our first official Addy Award.   Being named as one of the top 50 CSS-Based web designers in the world (another story) left us still longing for something we had never received--official recognition by our local peers.  But now we have that too!

Jason and Holly Zimdars, Dustin and Kandi Evans, Justin and Vanessa Boeckman, and Andrea and Kevin Decker represented Element Fusion at the 41st Annual Oklahoma City Addy Awards held Saturday, Feb. 24, 2007.  

It was a little like being back in high school and going to the prom--getting all dressed up and eating fancy.  Dustin even wore a pinstriped suit! (although he threatened to return it to the store the next day.)  Even though we felt like the new kids trying to gain acceptance by the popular kids, we had a blast and were very proud of winning our first Addy award for Icebrrg, our cutting edge "Web 2.0" solution that makes creating web forms chillingly easy.  This award was not the first time Icebrrg had been recognized for its design--even Yahoo's Publisher Network blogged about it:  The Web 2.0 Style.

 

More information about the Oklahoma City Ad Club which put on the event can be found at www.okcadclub.com (which, by the way, is a website that is powered by Water, one of Element Fusion's premier website content management systems.)

 

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