HunterMaclean Web Site Honored by Webby, Communicator and ADDY Awards

May 7, 2013

HunterMaclean recently earned three industry honors for exceptional web site design. The firm was recognized as a 2013 Webby Award honoree, won a 2013 Communicator Award of Distinction and earned a Bronze ADDY Award in the Digital Advertising – Consumer Websites category.

Hailed as the “Internet’s Highest Honor” by The New York Times, this year’s Webby Awards received more than 11,000 entries from 65 countries around the world. From thousands of entries submitted, only seven percent are recognized as Nominees. HunterMaclean is one of 11 law firms from across the country honored for excellence in web site design.

The Communicator Awards, the largest and most competitive awards program honoring creative excellence for communications professionals, received more than 6,000 entries from across the U.S. and around the globe. The Communicator Awards are judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts (IAVA), an organization of leading professionals from various disciplines of the visual arts dedicated to embracing progress and the evolving nature of traditional and interactive media.

The Savannah Advertising Federation hosts the annual ADDY Awards to recognize outstanding marketing and advertising professionals throughout the area. The ADDY awards honors the best advertising and marketing efforts of the previous year. In addition to a Bronze ADDY for Digital Advertising – Consumer Websites for the HunterMaclean site, Paragon Design Group also won a Silver ADDY in the Elements of Advertising – Visual category for the firm’s logo rebranding.

Created by Paragon Design Group, the fully re-designed site provides in-depth information about attorneys and practice areas as well as firm news, publications, client spotlights and more.

“The new HunterMaclean web site incorporates state-of-the-art design and makes it easier than ever to learn about our accomplished attorneys and their areas of expertise,” said HunterMaclean managing partner Frank S. Macgill. “We understand the importance of having a user-friendly, informative web site that underscores our strong relationships with clients.”

The Paragon team included project lead Susan Isaacs, project manager Shannon James, creative director Andrew Davies, designer James Donaldson, lead developer Philip Joyner and developer Mike Garde. The project was supervised by HunterMaclean’s director of business development Mary Siceloff.

In April, HunterMaclean launched a new mobile web site, which enables iPhone, Android and other smartphone users to easily access firm information in a format designed for the smaller screen.

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