CALL FOR ENTRIES: APPLIED ARTS INTERACTIVE AWARDS 2008

10 September 2008
Toronto (Canada) - In today’s highly competitive market, the challenge is how to get noticed. One of the best ways is to promote your talent to Canada’s creative community and potential clients by entering your work in one of the country's most popular awards competition.
Toronto (Canada) - In today’s highly competitive market, the challenge is how to get noticed. One of the best ways is to promote your talent to Canada’s creative community and potential clients by entering your work in one of the country's most popular awards competition.

New for 2009: more categories
Interactive media has truly grown up. Today, interactive creativity takes many forms. Online ads go well beyond the banner, offering sophisticated integrated campaigns, video, blogs and more. Websites have also become more complex, including mini-sites, 'Webisodes,' social networking forums and so on.

To help make entering easier, Applied Arts has completely revamped the categories, dividing them into three main areas: Online advertising, Website and Other/Non-Traditional. Within each there are subcategories, including media types, products/services, etc. A complete list of new categories is available on the Applied Arts website.

Why enter?
Exposure, exposure, exposure. Winners will receive exceptional year-round recognition in two high-profile media platforms.

They'll be:
  • Showcased in the Interactive Awards section, published in the March 2009 issue of Applied Arts. This glossy, beautifully designed issue is read by more than 65,000 of your clients, colleagues and competitors.
  • Featured in the very popular Interactive Awards Winners gallery on www.appliedartsmag.com, which attracts more than 200,000 visitors annually.

How to enter
Download the Online Entry & Payment Form.



For more information, please contact:

Carrie Martin
T: +1 416 510 0909 ext. 32
Toll free: +1 800 646 0347 (outside Toronto)
E:
W: www.appliedartsmag.com