Fastspot Nominated for Two Pixel Awards
Fastspot proudly announces that they have been nominated for two 2011 Pixel Awards.
Fastspot is a finalist in the Art category for the Chrysler Museum of Art’s Website and in the Apps category for their word game app, Jambalaya. The nominees were announced Monday, November 21.
This is the second year that Fastspot has been honored by the Pixel Awards. Last year, Fastspot was nominated for our Web application Denote, which allows users to post notes to live Websites, and the Website for the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, which won the People’s Champ award in the non-profit category.
The Pixel Awards are the cutting-edge Website awards, each year honoring compelling sites that excel in design and development. Out of the many submissions received, just 120 were selected as finalists—five in each of the twenty-four categories. A panel of prestigious judges—executives, creatives, and visionaries at top agencies and Websites that work in art and design, marketing and advertising, product development and technology, and usability—will evaluate the finalists. They will grade each site on innovation, content, navigation, visual design, functionality, and overall site experience.
The public is also invited to play a part in the competition by voting for their favorites to win the People’s Champ prize. There will be a People’s Champ winner in every category. Voting is open now through December 18, and votes can be cast daily. Fastspot’s supporters can vote (early and often!) at http://www.pixelawards.com/nom_win_2011.php.
All winners will be announced in December. For a full list of this year’s finalists, go to www.pixelawards.com.