Wakefly honored with redesign award
on Friday,June 10,2011 15:06
Wakefly, a web development company and marketing firm based out of Massachusetts, was recently honored at the Summit Creative Awards competition.
The web developer was awarded the Bronze Award in redesign in the business to business product website category for revamping the Kewill website.
"We've won this award three years in a row and four years out of the last five," said Wakefly's Jon Baer "This year's entries came from over 20 countries, and each year the judging seems to get more difficult. The team here at Wakefly is thrilled to be recognized by this prestigious international web design competition."
The Summit Creative Awards, which recognizes creativity and innovations in companies' and organizations' work, has marked its 17th year with this ceremony.
Individuals interested in web design for their career have a good chance of snatching a job once they graduate from their design programs. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in this field is expected to increase by 45 percent between 2008 and 2018.
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