Liferay Creative Team Named Merit Winner in Latest In-House Design Awards
Project selected as one of more than 80 award-winning designs from top companies.
LOS ANGELES – March 10, 2015 – Bikes for Burma, a project developed by the in-house creative team at Liferay, Inc., was chosen as one of more than 89 award-winning designs in the most recent InHouse Design Awards. This highly selective and well-regarded competition, curated by HOW magazine, recognizes outstanding creative work produced by individuals and groups within corporations, associations and organizations.
HOW's crew of judges evaluated more than 1,000 entries and selected winning projects that demonstrated an ideal mix of concept, strategy and execution. Design teams representing major corporations and organizations including United Nations, School of Visual Arts, GM, Wrangler and Food Network were among the winning entries. Submissions were judged by market category (i.e., Technology & Science, Entertainment, Education, Consumer Products, Financial, etc.) and also by how effectively the design achieved the stated business goals.
Project title: Bikes for Burma
Organization: Liferay, Inc.
Creative team: Bryan Ho, David Miyabe, Rachel Cheng
All winning projects are prominently featured in the January 2015 issue of HOW magazine. And as In-House Design Award-winners, the Liferay creative team receives $100 off of a 2015 HOW Design Live registration, the major industry event in Chicago, May 4-8.
HOW is now accepting entries for this next year's In-House Design Awards.
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