Liquified Creative Wins Six Hermes Awards for Excellence in 2019
Annapolis-based boutique advertising agency Liquified Creative was awarded six Hermes Awards for recent creative and digital projects.
The Hermes Creative Awards is “an international competition for creative professionals.” More specifically, the awards recognize projects ranging from design, traditional marketing materials, marketing and communication programs, as well as emerging digital technology and strategies. This competition has grown to be one of the largest of its kind in the world. “Judges are industry professionals who look for companies and individuals whose talent exceeds a high standard of excellence and whose work serves as a benchmark for the industry.” Those honored with this award range from individual communicators all the way to fortune 500 marketing firms and advertising agencies.
Liquified Creative was recently recognized and awarded the following:
- 2019 Platinum Award for Print Publication Infographic – Client: Smith’s Detection
- 2019 Platinum Award for Website Business-to-Business – Client: Furniture Link
- 2019 Gold Award for Website Small Business – Client: New Energy Equity
- 2019 Gold Hermes Award for Print Program – Client: Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce | Legislative Program
- 2019 Gold Hermes Award for Website Product – Client: Hyper Toys
- 2019 Gold Hermes Award for Website Financial Industry – Client: Wye River Group
“We couldn’t be more excited to be honored as a winner in the Hermes awards for the second year in a row,” says Shawn Noratel, Founder and Creative Director. “The continued success of our work speaks to the collective creativity, innovative and strategic insight, and talent of our crew. We also strive to develop lasting and positive relationships with our clients, and it shows in our award-winning creative projects.”
The agency has won an amassment of awards over the years, including multiple Webby Awards and six Hermes Awards last year alone.
Additionally, Liquified Creative received Honorable Mention for two additional projects – the Imbue Foundation website and the Fish for a Cure video series.