I-SITE snaps up four Horizon Interactive Awards

Categories: Events

Posted by: Kara


The I-SITE team is delighted to announce the addition of four 2010 Horizon Interactive Awards to the trophy cabinet!  The jury selected our entries for the iGorilla iPhone application, the Fuel Up To Play 60 website, the I-SITE’s Holiday Confessionals Video and the Welcoming Center For New Pennsylvanians website. The Horizon Interactive Awards is a prestigious international competition recognizing outstanding achievement among interactive media producers.

The awards represent the depth and breadth of our capabilities ranging from a mobile app, to websites, to a promotional online video. We were also excited  they represent topics that we have great interest in – animal conservation, health and fitness, economic development, and of course beer and whimsy!

Most notable was the Gold award for the iGorilla mobile app in the Education Apps category. iGorilla features up-to-date content from the Virunga National Park in the Congo including family and individual gorilla profiles, written reports and videos. We received a Bronze award for our work for the National Dairy Council and NFL on the Fuel Up To Play 60 website. Also in the education category one notable feature of the site is personalized dashboards for adults in the school to track how their school and students are progressing with the program. The Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians website connects new arrivals to economic opportunities in our region and was awarded a Bronze for the non-profit category. Last but not least we received a Bronze for our Holiday Confessionals Video – a candid and thought-provoking exposé of the trials and tribulations of holiday’s past as told by attendees of our December 2010 beer event. Holiday Confessionals is no stranger to  also received the Best Marketing Online Video at the IAC Awards earlier this year.

We’re happy for both the team and our clients to have received these accolades. But of course are on the look out for new exciting and engaging projects that will find a warm place in the I-SITE trophy cabinet come next year.