IMAGES USA Wins Four Gold + Silver Creative Awards

IMAGES USA wins two W3 Awards and two Davey Awards for stellar creative work.

We’re proud to announce IMAGES USA has won two Silver 2010 W3 Awards and a Gold and Silver 2010 Davey Award!

Out of more than 3,000 entries, IMAGES’ website rebranding and the Amtrak African American-focused microsite were both honored as examples of the power of website creativity. The W3 Awards recognize outstanding websites, web marketing, web video and mobile apps created by some of the best interactive agencies, designers, and creators worldwide.

“Rebranding yourself is no easy task,” said Shawn Arthur, IMAGES USA Creative Director. “So it’s sweet to see how our team took the challenge and made it award-winning.”

IMAGES’ also won a Gold Davey Award for their Amtrak “Soccer Ball” commercial – the first Amtrak television commercial targeting the Hispanic community. In addition, IMAGES won a Silver Davey for the Brown Forman Gentleman Jack Arts, Beats + Lyrics recap video. The Davey Awards honors the creative excellence of smaller agencies and companies worldwide.

Both the W3 Awards and the Davey Awards are sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts, an invitation-only body consisting of top-tier professionals from a “Who’s Who” of acclaimed media, interactive, advertising and marketing firms.

“We are exceptionally pleased that our work for these clients is being recognized among an international array of firms,” said Bob McNeil, IMAGES USA Founder & CEO. “Both campaigns achieved excellent results that were driven by both creative ideas and sound strategic planning.”


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