Impact Public Affairs Takes Top Web Design Award
OTTAWA, Feb. 11 /CNW/ - Impact Public Affairs has been selected as a Leader Award winner in the 2010 Summit Emerging Media Award (EMA) competition for its contribution towards Ottawa's Amethyst Women's Addiction Centre website redesign.
"We are incredibly honoured to receive the prestigious 2010 EMA Leader Award," said Huw Williams, President and CEO of Impact Public Affairs. "To be seen as being at the forefront of the digital communications field is a great achievement, and we are thrilled that Amethyst now has a website that better assists them in engaging a wider audience on the important services they provide to the community."
The Summit EMA is an international competition that identifies the world's top marketing communication pioneers. These esteemed awards represent the best of the best in new media practices.
"Our web designer Matthew Wallace is among the world's best," continued Williams. "His work is something our clients have grown to appreciate and it is wonderful that it has finally been recognized on an international scale."
The Summit EMA competition is dedicated to furthering excellence in the communications industry. Companies and individuals from more than 50 countries and across five continents participate in its award programs.
"We are delighted with the outcome of the website redesign," said Carol Wu, Managing Coordinator for Amethyst Women's Addiction Centre. "I am confident that our new web material will assist us in engaging a wider audience on the importance of women's issues and addiction services."
At Impact, our seasoned consultants specialize in solving policy and corporate communication issues by leveraging their experience in government affairs and public relations. For more information please visit www.impactcanada.comFor further information:
Cynthia Waldmeier, Public Relations Associate