Minneapolis, October 28, 2011 – MVP Marketing + Design, a Minneapolis-based branding, communications and digital agency, is proud to announce the win of two W3 Awards for client work. Sites for Worthington Aviation, a global leader in parts and support aviation services, and Personal Care Products, the leading U.S. supplier of super-value brand and dollar price-point products were selected for their outstanding creativity, usability, navigation, functionality, visual design, and ease of use.
Judged by the by the International Academy of the Visual Arts, the W3 Awards honor creative excellence on the web and recognize the creative and marketing professionals behind award-winning sites. Agencies and firms of all sizes submit their work and compete with the best in web development. This is the second year in a row that MVP’s website design and development work has been recognized as exceptional by W3.
According to Dick Weinrib, President and CEO of MVP, “These two content management driven sites for B2B and B2C clients represent the depth of our digital branding, website design and development capabilities to serve diverse markets in the US and abroad. We applaud the creative and programming skills of the MVP team, and our clients’ support for our efforts.”
About MVP Marketing + Design, Inc.
MVP Marketing + Design, founded in 1985, is an integrated marketing communications and digital branding agency. The firm is dedicated to building invaluable brands through valued relationships. MVP’s vertical marketing expertise includes Medical Device, High Tech, Private Equity, Office Supply and the Non-Profit sector. Dedicated to serving organizations seeking innovative and creative marketing and communications, MVP builds, revitalizes and promotes brands through such integrated services as Marketing Consulting, Advertising/Design, and Web/SEO solutions. Clients served include 3M, Medtronic, Minnetronix, TSI, Nortech Systems, Worthington Aviation, Stone Arch Capital, Yukon Partners, Huron Capital, GMB Mezzanine, the Minnesota Minority Supplier Diversity Council, and the Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation (Minneapolis), among others.