Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 15, 2014
mStoner, Inc., a marketing communications agency focusing on higher education branding, and web strategy and development, was awarded Best in Class by the Interactive Media Awards for designing the Brown University Sestercentennial website, the American University of Paris website, and the website for SUNY.edu. mStoner received a near-perfect score for the design and development of Brown’s site, scoring 491 points out of 500. mStoner was also awarded Outstanding Achievement in Website Development for its work on the George School Fit for the Future Campaign website and the Nevada State College website. The honors recognize that the projects met and surpassed the standards of excellence that comprise the webs most professional work. These sites were honored specifically for excellence in Education.
The judging consisted of various criteria, including design, usability, innovation in technical features, standards compliance and content. In order to win at this award level, the sites had to meet strict guidelines in each area an achievement only a fraction of sites in the IMA competition earn each quarter.
Michael Stoner, president and co-founder of mStoner, Inc., said, “It’s an honor to have our work recognized by the Interactive Media Awards. And because we believe that the best solutions are those that we develop together, these awards also recognize the hard work of our clients, with whom we partnered on these projects. These accolades are the result of our mutual commitment to collaboration and excellence.”
About mStoner, Inc.
Since 2001, mStoner has worked with more than 300 education institutions and launched more than 200 CMS-driven websites for colleges and universities around the world. The firm provides services including brand strategy, digital strategy, user interface design, technology, and project management and is at the forefront of responsive web design in higher education. mStoner also leads projects on content strategy, social media strategy, search engine optimization, and social media monitoring. In February 2013, mStoner published Social Works: How #HigherEd Uses #SocialMedia to Raise Money, Build Awareness, Recruit Students, and Get Results — the first and only guide to successful social media campaigns in higher education. It contains 25 case studies written by some of the leading experts and rising stars in higher education. mStoner also oversees EDUniverse.org and HigherEdLive.com as free resources for professionals in education. For more details about mStoner, visit the website (http://www.mstoner.com/) and read mStoner’s blog (http://www.mstoner.com/blog/).