Addys, Webbys, and Shortys – oh my!
The first half of the year has been a solid one for ISL. We were nominees, honorees, finalists, and winners. We created some incredible projects and are proud to share the awards we received for all our blood, sweat and tears.
Our larger-than-life slot machine – lovingly dubbed the Lyft Luck Machine – received a Silver Award at the American Advertising Awards for “Elements of Advertising – Innovative use of Interactive/Technology.” We also won a Gold Award for “Out-of-Home & Ambient Media” for our bespoke pop-up project with Air Canada – The Poutinerie.
Aren’t they beautiful?
The Lyft Luck Machine was also a finalist at the Shorty Awards in the “Physical & Digital” category, and our collaboration with National Geographic – known as Picasso Bot – was a finalist in the “Facebook Messenger” category. Picasso Bot was also a nominee for a Webby Award, and our web redesign for Accion was an honoree for “Best User Experience.”
And finally, we won four CSS Design Awards – Innovation, UI Design, UX Design, and Website of the Day – for the Contrary Con IV website.
That’s a wrap. We are so thrilled to share these achievements with you. Now let’s see what we can do with the remaining six months of the year.