MedShadow Receives 2018 AVA Digital Award for Nonprofit Web-Based Production

March 15th, 2018, New York, NY – MedShadow Foundation has received an Honorable Mention in the 2018 AVA Digital awards for Nonprofit Web-Based Production. The AVA Digital Awards honor the ways in which marketers and communications professionals engage audiences using the digital arts, technology, and shared information. Specifically, the MedShadow website – designed to feature everything consumers need to know about the side effects of medicine –  was recognized for its overall design and content.

“We’re delighted that MedShadow’s website has been recognized by the AVA Digital Awards,” said Suzanne Robotti, founder/president, MedShadow. “Our goal is to make information on side effects of medicines easily accessible. Thank you to the AVA Digital Awards for recognizing our staff’s hard work and drive to help people.”

The goal of the AVA Awards is to recognize and award excellence by creative professionals responsible for the planning, concept, direction, and design of online communication. Each entry is evaluated and scored by judges from AMCP, the Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals, industry professionals who have been evaluating creative and digital work for over 20 years.  

More information, including judging criteria is available on avaawards.com.

 


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