Leading digital competition for big and small agencies and everyone in between—Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts crowned OWDT winner of 16th Annual Award in 2021.
“The w3 is the leading digital competition that recognizes the biggest agencies, the smallest firms, and everyone in between.’ The recognition from the Academy and their team of top-tier professionals is a profound honor and an important sign that we’re keeping our clients at the forefront of industry-changing design.
The recognition from the Academy and their team of top-tier professionals is a profound honor and an important sign that we’re keeping our clients at the forefront of industry-changing design. It’s an honor we don’t take lightly to be involved in that collective force.”
— Kyle Mani, CCO/CEO and Founder of OWDT
HOUSTON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, November 2, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — For 16 years, the w3 Awards have recognized the frontier firms, designers, and creators behind digital excellence in the realms of Website, Marketing, Video, Mobile Sites & Apps, Social Media, and Podcasts. Out of 3,000 entries, the Academy of Interactive and Visual Awards (AIVA) crowned OWDT the winner for its work on the Prince International Corporation website design.
In their work for Prince International Corporation, a global manufacturer of specialty chemicals, minerals, and industrial additives, OWDT took a rigorous, insight-driven approach to visual design. By putting early designs through rigorous stakeholder usability testing, the OWDT team developed personalized information architecture, complete with visually-striking designs to help create a superior and purposeful user experience. By providing further UI & UX Strategy, CMS Development, Web Design, and Hosting services, OWDT was able to bring the best of Prince’s brand offerings and raison d’être into their digital strategy.
OWDT’s new design elevated the user’s brand experience and prepared for Google’s best practices while significantly improving conversion and other metrics.
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