The webdoc "Disaster Resilience Journal" wins a Digital Communication Award in the category "NGOs". A successful and exciting collaboration between the European Red Cross, Red Crescent, ECHO, Helios Design Labs and Honig Studios reaching over 9 million viewers.
The software Award from ELTERN Family have been announced. A jury consisting of scientists, educators, physchologists, journalists & parents has chosen 33 titles. 'Milli The Snail' is competing in the category 'children 4-6 years old'.
Honig Studios won the sought-after Red Dot in the Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2015, one of the largest and most respected design competitions, for the outstanding project Milli the Snail. The international jury judged each of the 7.451 entries live and in situ in sessions running over several days. To celebrate, the milli app is on the app stores for 0,99 €! Get it on google play: http://bit.ly/1DRUzn6
and on the apple store: http://apple.co/1Oy6CS2
The Digital Communication Awards 2015 honour outstanding achievements, professional campaigning and strategic thinking in online communications in 34 categories. The Disaster Resilience Journal
campaign combined traditional storytelling with new and emerging technologies in web, mobile and animation. It highlighted stories of disaster resilience through media outreach, websites, social media and live events, reaching over 9.3 million users.
The Kitchen Heroes app
is an easy-to-use marketplace. Private cooks, pastry chefs, bakers, sauciers and all those passionate food makers can use it to sell their home-made delicacies in next to no time – the app takes care of payment and all such hassle. Get an invitation here
Our interactive story app for kids, Milli the snail
, won the prestigious FWA award
. We are very proud to see Milli The Snail next to some of the finest digital works out there. We worked hard to make something wonderful and we are happy for the recognition.
The i_doc workshop
aims to enabling cultural and creative industries professionals to seize some opportunities and challenges of the currently unfolding audiovisual trends. Jiannis Sotiropoulos will be giving a keynote speech on interactive storytelling and Johanna Strodt will be mentoring projects in terms of art direction and design.