More NewsCall for Entries in Web Page Awards

Call for Entries in Web Page Awards

Closing date for entries in the International Web Page Awards is Nov. 30.Entries are being taken from Web page designers, advertising agencies,corporations or individuals who wish to spotlight their creative achievements in interactivegraphic design.

Closing date for entries in the International Web Page Awards is Nov. 30. Entries are being taken from Web page designers, advertising agencies, corporations or individuals who wish to spotlight their creative achievements in interactive graphic design.

Entry fees are $85 per Web site, per category. Winners will be notified in February 1999 and receive their awards at a black tie dinner on April 22 at The Palace in Sunnyvale, CA.

According to Edwin Fish, chairman of the International Web Page Awards, the contest already has received more than 100 entries from traditional and online advertising agencies.

The awards cover 30 categories, including advertising, arts, entertainment, corporate, finance, education, health, news, personal Web pages, religion, philosophy, science, sports and travel. Sites can also be entered for audio qualities, graphic qualities, print/Zines and video qualities. More information is available here.

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