“LandOf.org has always asked the question, ‘What’s next? What’s best?’ in regards to our land resources—we know there are smarter answers out there,” said Jim Erkel, program director. “Recognition for asking those questions and for serving as a resource for making Minnesota’s future the best possible is very rewarding.”
The ninth annual, international competition saw more than 1,000 entries from 22 countries around world. An international panel of judges, consisting of industry professionals with diverse backgrounds, as well as an end-user panel, evaluated 37 different categories ranging from online advertising to mobile applications. The 2010 winning entries showcase the industry’s best interactive media solutions including websites, CDs and DVDs, online ads, video, mobile applications and more.
“The 2010 competition was an outstanding entry field,” said Mike Sauce, founder of the Horizon Interactive Awards. “The overall diversity and quality of entries we received was fantastic and judging was very competitive. We’re starting to see a convergence of all types of media, from web to mobile, into more integrated solutions for clients around the world. That’s exciting to see!”
The Horizon Interactive Awards holds the competition each year with the winners announced in May. For more information visit the Horizon Interactive Awards at http://www.horizoninteractiveawards.com.
About the Horizon Interactive Awards
Since 2001, the Horizon Interactive Awards competition has received thousands of entries from countries around the world and nearly all 50 U.S. states. Each year, those entries are narrowed to be recognized and promoted on an international stage for their excellence. The judging process involves a Horizon Interactive Awards advisory panel, end-user panel and a worldwide panel of judges consisting of industry professionals. Winning entries are dubbed the “best of the best” in the interactive media industry. For more information, visit http://www.horizoninteractiveawards.com.
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LandOf.org is an information salon for Minnesota developers, municipalities and the public to learn about growing smarter. LandOf.org covers everything from central cities to rural areas and mix land use to stakeholder collaboration with experts, downloadable plans, case studies and images for each. LandOf.org is a mingling of voices that asks, “how can we do what’s best for Minnesota?” Learn more and contribute your knowledge at http://www.LandOf.org.