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Digital agency collects 24 WebAwards

October 7, 2013
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Digital agency collects 24 WebAwards
WebAward 2013 judged more than 1,500 entries. Photo via webaward.org

A digital creative agency has taken home 24 WebAwards in the annual competition produced by the Web Marketing Association.

The Kalamazoo-based agency Biggs|Gilmore won five Outstanding Website awards for its client work: Pop-Tarts, Scott Brand, Frosted Flakes, Kellogg's Family Rewards and Froot Loops.

The agency also won 19 Standard of Excellence awards for its projects: Pringles, MyHeinz.com, Heinz Soups, Heinz Ketchup, Krave (two), Rice Krispies (three), MorningStar Farms (two), Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops (three), Kellogg's Family Rewards, Kalamazoo Literacy Council, Scott Brand and Kimberly-Clark.

Biggs|Gilmore tied for the distinction of second-most-awarded agency this year and has been among the most-awarded agencies in the competition for the past 10 years.

WebAward 2013 judged more than 1,500 entries from 40 countries in 96 industry categories.

Entries were judged on design, copy writing, innovation, content, interactivity, navigation and use of technology.

"Creating award-winning work takes the combined talents of many, many people, so we're extremely proud of the fact that so many of our brands were winners," said Andy Gould, Biggs|Gilmore senior vice president, executive creative director.

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