Research Triangle Park, NC, June 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Clean Design, Inc. (www.cleandesign.com) has announced that the firm received two Awards of Distinction in the 16th Annual Communicator Awards, an international awards program judged by the International Academy of Visual Arts (IAVA). Clean Design was honored in the Corporate Identity-Logo Category for its creation of the new CED logo. The Communicator Awards also recognized the agency in the Website-Real Estate category for its design of the Scientific Properties Golden Belt website (http://www.goldenbeltarts.com/index.shtml).
“For our work to be recognized once again by an internationally-acclaimed awards program is very exciting,” said Natalie Perkins, president of Clean Design. “Receiving such awards continues to reflect on the passion and talent of our staff for ensuring design acts as a strong differentiator for our clients.”
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- CED is formerly the “Council for Entrepreneurial Development.”
- For more than a decade, the Communicator Awards has been honoring the creative work of communication companies all over the world, this year receiving more than 9,000 entries from companies of all sizes.
- IAVA, the sanctions and judges of The Communicator Awards, is a collaboration of professionals from top-tier marketing, advertising, and creative firms. Members of the IAVA include but are not limited to Coach, Disney, Alloy, Yahoo!, Estee Lauder and Brandweek.
- Clean Design has won two MarCom Awards and an ADDY Award in 2010.
About Clean Design, Inc.:
Clean Design, Inc. is a branding and design agency specializing in uncovering the insights and ideas that reveal a company’s brand truth. The agency works with some of the Triangle’s most recognized businesses and brands including John Deere, Lenovo, The Umstead Hotel and Spa and The Research Triangle Park. Clean Design provides branding, design, advertising, environmental design, interactive design, identity and packaging. The agency is committed to staying true to its purpose: to design anything better. Clean Design is one of the largest design agencies in the Triangle. For more information, please visit www.cleandesign.com.
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