Now in its 13th year and judged by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), the W3’s are the first major web competition to be accessible to the largest agencies, the smallest firms and everyone in between. It honors outstanding websites, web marketing, web video, mobile sites/apps and social content created by some of the best interactive agencies, designers and creators worldwide. TMP’s strong performance at this year’s awards demonstrates its effective use of creativity to develop online content that enables its clients to attract, engage and retain the best people. TMP was recognized in the branded content, branded entertainment, video campaign and employment website categories.
“Technology is such a critical partner to creativity. When it’s used in the right way, it becomes part of the conceptual idea and makes us stronger story builders of the brand,” said Russell Miyaki, senior vice president, Creative Services at TMP Worldwide. “We are honored and proud to be acknowledged by the W3 Awards.”