Luminary cleans up at W³ Awards
Our work for Metricon, CGU, Brown Brothers and Snooze has been honoured in the 2015 W³ Awards
Luminary has picked up a swag of trophies at this year’s global W³ Awards, including the Gold Award for websites in the Construction category, for the Metricon site.
The W³ Awards honor creative excellence online, and recognise the people behind groundbreaking sites, marketing programs, social content, mobile sites/apps and online video. The Awards are in their 10th year and this year attracted over 5000 entries. Entries are judged by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), a worldwide assembly of leading media professionals.
As well as picking up the Gold Award for construction sites for metricon.com.au, Luminary also won a Gold Award for User Experience for this site, as well as a Silver Award for websites in the Insurance category for CGU (cgu.com.au), a Silver Award for websites in the Food and Beverage Category for Brown Brothers’ colourfulconversations.com.au and a Silver Award for User Experience for the Snooze website (snooze.com.au).
“These awards are another source of industry recognition of the quality of work we’re producing here at Luminary,” commented MD Adam Griffith. “It’s great for our team to get this recognition and great for our clients to get that validation that they’ve made the right decision to go with Luminary. The fact that we’re being awarded alongside leading global agencies like Razorfish and SapientNitro, as well as brands of the calibre of National Geographic and The Guggenheim Museum, highlights that we really are at the top of our game.”
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