We’ve been encouraging people to Rethink what the Web can be, by creating innovative, real-world site experiences that push the limits of what’s possible on the Web. We’re humbled to learn that several of these Rethink experiences have been recognized by The 18th Annual Webby Awards – Atari Arcade is nominated in the Web: Games category and Red Bull Rampage in Web: Sports. Two more projects – Hover! and Everest: Rivers of Ice – were named as honorees. Over their 18 year history, The Webbys has played a huge role in spotlighting the best of the web and has become the standard by which online achievement is measured. We couldn’t be more honored to be included amongst this year’s nominees and honorees.
We’re also excited to continue our partnership with The Webbys Winners Gallery + Archive - showcasing the last 18 years of Webbys winners in a redesigned online hub that’s fast, beautiful, and perfect for touch. And starting today, the gallery has been updated with all of the nominees for the 18th Annual Webby Awards.
“We’re excited to announce our continued partnership with Internet Explorer this year as we announce the Webby Winners. Last year, we partnered with the IE team to bring a new immersive online Winners Gallery to life, and today we continue that mission, integrating with the team to showcase the beauty and innovation we see every year on the web,” said David-Michel Davies, Executive Director, The Webby Awards.
The Webby Winners will be announced on Monday April 28th and you can watch The Webby Awards show hosted by the hilarious Patton Oswalt on demand on May 20th at www.webbyawards.com. We look forward to celebrating the best in web innovation and congratulating this year’s Webby winners.
Product Marketing Manager, Internet Explorer
I'm so glad I can comment here, so I can't take few minutes to tell you how SHITTY your products are.. WinPhone 8 is a complete disaster web-wise. IE is (proudly I guess) making my life a complete nightmare since IE6. Thanks to you, I've lost my sanity. Everybody is good at something. PLEASE - find that something, as its definitely NOT computers.