IMA Outstanding Achievement Award for ConceiveAbilities.com Redesign
I.V. Interactive Receives the IMA Outstanding Achievement Award for ConceiveAbilities.com Redesign
New York, NY – April 12, 2009 – I.V. Interactive has been selected by the Interactive Media Council for its 2010 IMA Outstanding Achievement Award. The award was given in the healthcare category for the redesign of ConceiveAbilities.com, a website for one of the nation’s leading egg donation and surrogacy agencies.
The award recognizes the “highest standards of excellence in website design and development and honors individuals and organizations for their outstanding achievement.” I.V. Interactive joins the National Peace Corps Association and Digg.com in the select group of 2010 winners.
“We are delighted to be recognized for our work on ConceiveAbilities.com, and to have been the only selection in the healthcare category,” said Dov Radzik, president of I.V. Interactive. “It was truly a team effort, and we are privileged to have worked with everyone at ConceiveAbilities on this project. Their (ConceiveAbilities) insights regarding the market and their client base were instrumental in collaborating on such a transforming design for the healthcare industry."
I.V. Interactive works with a variety of medical practices and other healthcare-related businesses throughout the United States, providing a full suite of interactive marketing services. The agency has received numerous awards and accolades for its exceptional body of work.
“We build relationships with our clients because we focus on results, whether the goal is getting new patients, new customers or simply creating interest in a product or service. We are especially proud of this award because it recognizes excellence in design, along with other critical elements found in successful websites,” Radzik added.
Judging for the IMA competition is based on five criteria: Design, Content, Feature Functionality, Usability and Standards Compliance. All of the judges are distinguished professionals and members of the Interactive Media Council, including representatives from American Express, Microsoft and The New York Times.