2016 Interactive Awards Winners Announced
June 2, 2016
Magic Mirror by Leo Burnett Toronto won an Interactive Award in 2015 in the category of Augmented Reality.
We're pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Interactive Awards!
Our panel of senior-level creative pros spent the last few weeks reviewing all the entries and scoring them on their creative merit, technical excellence and suitability for end use.
The winners will be published in the September 2016 issue of Applied Arts, our Advertising & Interactive Awards annual, which will have a special editorial focus on the advertising and interactive disciplines in honour of our 30th anniversary. In September, the winning work will also appear in our Winners' Gallery and Awards Archive.
A big thanks goes out to our award sponsors, Vistek and 4Over, our print and paper partners Mi5 Print & Digital and Veritiv, and our association partners GDC and RGD for their help in producing our upcoming Interactive Awards section.
Congratulations to all of the winners! List below.
*The TV and Radio winners were also announced today — click here to see the list. The Advertising Awards winners will be announced late next week after our in-person judging event.
DDB Canada (Toronto)
DDB Canada (Vancouver)
Invisible Light Network
J. Walter Thompson Canada
Leo Burnett, Toronto
Ogilvy and Mather
Overdrive Design Limited
q30 design inc.
UNION Advertising Canada LP
Zulu Alpha Kilo
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