Section 101 is pleased to announce company Founder and CEO Liz Leahy has been asked to be one of the judges of the Web Marketing Association’s 2016 WebAwards for the fourth year in a row.
Since 1997, the annual WebAward competition has been helping to recognize the best in website development internationally. The WebAwards is not just a design contest for beautiful sites, nor is it a contest to determine which site has the most videos or newest technology; it is a competition that is looking for a complete online package that meets the need of its target audience. The WebAwards focus on an entire Web site, with emphasis on the creativity and functionality of the user’s complete interactive experience.
Judges have a personal home pages that allow them to see all of the sites assigned. The Judges are informed of the mission statement and prospective audience for the site, but are not told who submitted the entry or to which category it is entered. After reviewing the site, they enter their scores and record their observations and comments before moving on to the next site. A winner will be announced in September.
Liz is thrilled to be asked to judge for the WebAwards again. Her familiarity and success within the entertainment space has solidified her as a thought leader in digital marketing, branding and creative. Her company, Section 101, hosts and designs music and brand websites such as Aimee Mann, Pentatonix, Duran Duran, The Quantum Collective, Hits Daily Double, Radio Woodstock, Caroline Distribution, MusicFirst, BUSH, Kina Grannis and more.