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May

15

2009

Kas Design Takes Home 3 Awards at the Horizon Interactive Awards

Categories: Awards + Recognition,

The Horizon Interactive Awards recently announced this year's top honorees. Kas Design was among the top winners for their creative work. They won gold in the government category for their work with Manalapan Township, silver in the e-commerce category for their work with Harris Levy, and bronze in the self-promotion category for their own website.

The 8th annual competition saw over 2,000 entries from 32 countries around the world. Each entry was evaluated by an international panel of judges with only a select few being recognized for their achievements. "The overall quality of entries was far and away the best we ever had and the judging was very competitive." said Mike Sauce, founder of the Horizon Interactive Awards. "Year after year we're amazed at the level of creativity and technical excellence of the entries. They truly are the best of the best."

About the Horizon Interactive Awards

In its 8th year, the Horizon Interactive Awards was created to recognize excellence in interactive media production worldwide. Since 2001, the competition has received many thousands of entries from countries around the world and nearly all 50 US States. Each year, those entries are narrowed down to the best of the best to be recognized and promoted on and international stage for their excellence. The judging process involves a Horizon Interactive Awards advisory panel, end user panel and a worldwide panel of judges consisting of industry professionals. Winning entries are dubbed the “best of the best” in the interactive media industry. For more information, visit www.horizoninteractiveawards.com.

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About Kas Design

Kas Design is a leading NJ web design and digital creative agency based in Freehold, NJ. Since 2005, we’ve combined strategy, design and technology to create effective interactive experiences that engage audiences and help our clients grow.

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