Anode Project wins gold at District 7 ADDYs

BY Mark Magnuson

Anode recently took home a gold ADDY® in the 2016 District 7 ADDY Award competition for our interface design of the Adrian College Interactive Kiosks. The American Advertising Awards (ADDYs) is the industry’s largest competition that recognizes superior creative talent within the advertising industry. The District 7 competition is the 2nd tier competition for Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee.

We’re exceptionally proud of our gifted team of programmers and designers as well as the entire Anode staff. Not only did they receive Best of Show and 2 gold ADDYs at the local level, which you can view here, but now they have brought home a gold ADDY at the regional level, which will go on to compete nationally. Earning this recognition inspires us to continue offering world-class products and services to all of our clients.

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We are very excited about taking this type of project into the university atmosphere to help bring the student body to life. The Adrian College kiosks allow students to envision each day in the world of Adrian via interactive maps, event and activity information, and live social media feeds posted throughout campus. The kiosks also encompass program specific elements for the students to experience interactive learning far beyond the scope of the classroom.

Nashville’s flourishing sense of community and design has quickly made it one of the most popular destinations in the nation, and we’re very honored to represent the Nashville community as our work goes forward to compete at the national level.

For additional information on the Adrian project, check out the video and portfolio page.
A comprehensive list of District 7 ADDY awards can be viewed at: www.aafdistrict7.com.

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