Ad agency Behavior Design has won six 2006 Horizon Interactive Awards at the fifth annual international competition that salutes excellent in interactive media among multimedia developers around the world. The contest winners highlight the best developed websites, DVD’s, CD-ROM’s, videos, kiosks, online advertising video games, and other interactive media. Behavior Design took away one silver and five bronze awards for their work on behalf of The Onion, HBO, Pantheon Properties, the Museum of Modern Art, and ResortQuest International.
Mike Sauce, Founder of the Horizon Interactive Awards, said in a press statement, “The Horizon Interactive Awards winners are at the top of their class. All of the winners this year exemplify the highest standard for interactive media development. It is truly amazing to see the level of creativity, craftsmanship and artistry on display among this year’s winners.”
This year’s competition received the most applicants and was the most competitive to date. Twice as many entries were received as last year from 17 countries and almost all 50 U.S. states. The judges were various industry professionals who evaluated 13 different categories in the competition.