The Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts has announced the winners of the 14th Annual Davey Awards – and two recent projects done by Rushminute’s virtual creative director, Robbie Moore, won Silver Awards: BOHH Labs and 3Play Media.
BOHH Labs is a Silicon Valley-based startup that provides a secure platform for enterprise data. In addition to designing the site, Rushminute designed an animated infographic to explain how BOHH Labs breaks data into chunks, encrypts each piece, then reassembles all the pieces for added security.
The second Silver Davey Award recognizes 3Play Media unique accessibility accomplishments. 3Play Media, founded in 2007 by four MIT graduate students, makes videos accessible to those with visual, audio, cognitive, and physical disabilities through groundbreaking technology. The new website adheres to the latest WCAG (Web Content Access Guidelines) with striking, simplified design elements and sophisticated “under the hood” coding.
The Davey Awards honor outstanding creative work from digital agencies worldwide derives its name from the mythological figure, David, who defeated the giant Goliath with a big idea and a little rock. Similarly, the Davey Awards represent creative “Davids” who obtain their strength from big ideas, rather than big budgets. The Davey Awards are judged by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA) whose membership includes more than 700 leading visual arts professionals.
In the past, Robbie Moore has won several other awards as part of the 3 Media Web virtual team including the Communicator Awards, W3 Awards, and Horizon Awards.