Matcha Design announced today that they have received a gold award from the American Design Awards for the design of adamwcurran.com, and a silver for asburytulsafoundation.org. The entries by Matcha Design were among 49 sites chosen from a pool of 669 entries.
Adam Curran came to Matcha Design for photography and web design thru a friend’s recommendation. “We understand the best way for a premium builder to present his work is to show it, conveniently on a web site. We took our time to take commercial quality pictures to reflect the details as well as the grand scale of the many styles of houses Adam built. With user’s experience in mind, we design a custom web site according to Adam’s vision and his company’s need.” said Chris Lo, President and Creative Director of Matcha Design.
“We want to thank everyone involved for the success of the website and we are grateful for the opportunity to brand Asbury Foundation. Our goal was to give the audience a comfortable, easy to navigate site to present the subject matter, and winning this award proves just that. We’re honored to win another American Design Award so quickly.” “Working with Matcha Design made developing the Asbury Foundation site a pleasantly low stress experience. They respond quickly, provide excellent service and are extremely knowledgeable.” commented Mike Bartlett, chairman of the Board of Trustees of Asbury Foundation.
For more information on awards and publications that Matcha Design has the honor to be associated with, please visit our awards and achievements page.
About American Design Awards
The American Design Awards was established to recognize individual artists, design firms and companies who value the art of visual communication on an ongoing basis, through fair judging criteria by design professionals, with the goal to uphold ethical business and design standards. The American Design Awards looks at and grades hundreds of web design entries each month in their Monthly Design Contest. Grading is based on creativity, effectiveness, and practicality.