NEW YORK — Code and Theory’s work with Mashable, The Verge, Du Jour, Interview Magazine and Billionaire has been recognized across eight categories for a total of 12 nominations and honors in the 17th Annual Webby Awards. Hailed as the "Internet's highest honor" by The New York Times, The Webby Awards, presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS), are the leading international awards honoring excellence on the Internet.
The new Mashable.com was nominated by the Academy in the Websites category for Best User Experience. Mashable’s iPad app also received a nomination in the Mobile Apps category for Best News, Tablet, and is listed as an honoree in the same category for Best User Experience, Tablet.
Du Jour, the print-digital hybrid luxury lifestyle magazine founded by Jason Binn in collaboration with the Gilt Groupe in 2012, has been nominated in the Website category for Best Home/Welcome Page.
Interview Magazine, the premier pop culture glossy founded by Andy Warhol and published by Brant Publications, has been nominated in the Websites category for Best Magazine, Best Home/Welcome Page, and has also been listed as an honoree in the same category for Best Navigation/Structure.
Each nomination is eligible to win a Webby People's Voice Award, which is voted online by fans across the globe at pv.webbyawards.com. Voting ends April 25. Winners will be announced on April 30.
About Code and Theory
Code and Theory is a creative digital agency 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 at www.codeandtheory.com.
About The Webby Awards
Hailed as the "Internet's highest honor" by the New York Times, TheWebby Awards is the leading international award honoring excellence on the Internet, including Websites, interactive advertising & media, online film & video, and mobile & apps. Established in 1996, the 17th Annual Webby Awards received 11,000 entries from all 50 states and over 60 countries worldwide. The Webby Awards is presented by The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. Sponsors and Partners of The Webby Awards include: Internet Explorer, Google+, Quancast, Yext, Vitamin T, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mashable, The Occasional and Business Insider.