The winners of the 2009 Communicator Awards have been announced by the International Academy of the Visual Arts today. Matcha Design, a Tulsa-based creative agency, has won an Award of Excellence and an Award of Distinction for the Tulsa Children’s Museum website.
Matcha Design received the Gold Award of Excellence, the prestigious honor bestowed by the Communicator Awards, for the Tulsa Children’s Museum website in the Non-profit division. They also received a Silver Award of Distinction for the same project in the Children division.
“This is the first year we’ve entered the Communicator Awards,” said Chris Lo, President and Creative Director of Matcha Design, “and we’re very honored to receive two awards for the Tulsa Children’s Museum website. Winning in two different categories with the same website proves that this website upholds a very high standard and appeals to a wide audience. We thank Leah Storm, the Executive Director of Tulsa Children’s museum, and her staff so much for being so gracious to work with us on this project. We’re very excited to partner with them as they continue to grow.”
For more information on awards and publications that Matcha Design has the honor to be associated with, please visit our award and achievement section.
About the Communicator Awards
The Communicator Awards is the leading international awards program honoring creative excellence for Communications Professionals. Founded by communication professionals over a decade ago, The Communicator Awards receives over 9,000 entries from companies and agencies of all sizes, making it one of the largest awards of its kind in the world.
About Tulsa Children’s Museum
Tulsa Children’s Museum is a community children’s museum, non-profit organization established in 2007 by a group of professionals passionate about bringing a children’s museum to Tulsa. They developed common goals: to create a place for children to experience imaginative and interactive play; to bring our community together through entertaining and educational programming; and to provide creative learning experiences for children in need.