NEW YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO — Code and Theory’s work for Mashable, DuJour, The Verge, and The Daily Beast won five awards at the 17th Annual Webby Awards, including three Webby Awards and two People's Voice Awards. Combined with a total of 12 nominations and honors, this year's accolades represent the most successful Webby Award season yet in Code and Theory’s 12-year history. This year’s winners include:
The Verge, the technology news site founded by former Engadget editor-in-chief Joshua Topolsky, was selected for two People's Voice Awards, including Best Visual Design-Function and Best Consumer Electronics Website.
"These awards speak to our true collaborative approach to working with clients," said Brandon Ralph, co-founder and Executive Creative Director of Code and Theory. "We believe the greatest work stems not only from smart ideas, but developing a level of trust that will free both teams to achieve so much more. We’re thrilled that the results of our journey with each of these publications have been given top honors."
Click here for a complete list of Code and Theory Webby nominations and honorees.
The Webby Awards ceremony will take place Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. A full list of both The Webby Awards and People's Voice Winners can be found at winners.webbyawards.com.
Code and Theory is a creative company that designs products and brand experiences across platforms. Headquartered in New York with additional offices in San Francisco and the Philippines, the agency works with a diverse set of brands including the Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Maybelline New York, Comcast, Vogue, Mashable, Guardian News and Media, and many others. Additional information is available atwww.codeandtheory.com.