Like many who’ve endured the corporate rollercoaster ride, the shock of unemployment launched Mark Magnuson, president of Anode, into entrepreneurism. In the process – almost by accident – Anode was born; and we’re still going strong after 25 years in business.
The Library Journal Design Institute is a bi-annual event that brings librarians, architects, and vendors together to discuss and explore the future of libraries. We pride ourselves in contributing to the innovations in the library industry, and we believe our interactive applications are helping transform libraries into community destinations. At the most recent LJDI event held at the Bozeman Public Library, we had so many great conversations about our digital end caps, community history interactives, and StoryBuilder application that we wanted to share some of the most frequently asked questions.
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.
The Nashville ADDY Awards were presented on Saturday night, February 27 at War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville. This year’s sold-out event attracted 785 entries from Nashville’s exceptional advertising, marketing and communications industries.
Anode’s recent interactive projects for the Nashville Public Library and Adrian College have been chosen as 2016 Nashville ADDY winners in the American Advertising Awards. The American Advertising Awards are the largest creative competition in the world with over 40,000 local entries competing in 200 markets coast to coast.
We’re pleased to announce that we have received a platinum award in LibraryWorks’ second annual Modern Library Awards (MLAs) for the Digital End Caps produced for the Nashville Public Library (NPL).
We have a long history of purchasing touchscreen monitors from Planar Systems, Inc. and collaborating with their team on various digital media installations. However, it wasn’t until this past March that we had our first chance to meet the Planar team face-to-face.