Each year, in conjunction with the WebVisions Conference, the Webvisionary Awards celebrates the most imaginative, daring, and curious talent on the Web by awarding miniature robots to the best of the best. It bores the rivets off our robot overlords, but if the Web is your business and you’re a human, there’s no better place to be.
This is much more than just an awards show. We'll have a DJ on hand to provide foreground jams, and our hilarious host, Tom Johnson from The Brody Theatre, will park himself on stage between you and CHAD the Robot, and act as your PPKJ (PowerPoint Karaoke Jockey). It'll be a night to remember, if the robots don't vaporize our brains.
Each year, in conjunction with the conference, Webvisions honors the most visionary, daring, and curious talent on the web by awarding them with a miniature robot. We wanted to make this award show different in every way, other than the winners receiving an award part.
Sure, the copy's nice, but look at the type! Celebrating the use of fonts as a key element of the design.
Amazing web and mobile apps, at the low, low price of 19.99KB! Props for writing clean, lightweight code.
Oh, it's way beyond “like”. Projects and apps that leverage online social networks.
Like “Peopleâ€™s Choice” only with skinny jeans andâ€¦whatever. Voting will take place at the awards show by the attendees.
Your data and content working hard to benefit those who need it, making the world a better place.
Tired of all the attention HTML5 is getting? We all know the Web wouldn't be the Web without awesome Flash and motion graphics.
Judges will choose the best of the best from the finalists.
Web forms so good you'll fill in the optional fields.
Conquer web, mobile, tablet, and print for total Interwebs domination...and play nice on all formats!
Charts and graphs make the world go round. Okay, the really awesome ones do. Celebrating the best of data visualization.
Human suffering is a common pastime among robots, and what’s more painful than humans judging other humans? This highly-qualified, brutally honest panel of judges was claw-hand selected by robots to weed out the weak and bestow spoils on the strong.
Robot overlords congratulate the WVA 2011 winners! Nice job humans.
Easy Designs, LLC
Travel Oregon Food & Drink Finder
Mr. Diggles Dot Com
The WebVisionary Awards competition is open to all organizations and individuals involved in designing, building, managing, maintaining, marketing or promoting websites, interactive advertising, online film and video, and mobile content for business, consumer or general audiences.
Entries must have been in use or published during the time period of March 1, 2011 – April 1, 2012. There is no limit to the number of submissions from an individual or organization.
Offensive material is not acceptable including “hate” messaging, pornographic content, and extreme language.
Entrants will receive an email notification when the submission has been received and paid for.
The WebVisionary Awards assumes all entries are original and the entrant either owns the work or has permission from a client or other appropriate party to enter the work, with all rights granted therein. The WebVisionary Awards are not liable for any copyright infringement on the part of the entrant.
Submission of any entry acknowledges the right of The WebVisionary Awards and/or WebVisions to use it for promotion, exhibition, or marketing purposes in any medium. Your submission may be screened at the WebVisions conference and the awards ceremony, and posted on the WebVisions and WebVisionary Awards sites.
Judges, when determined, will not be directly associated with any of the sponsors and will exhibit independent judgment during the winner selection process.