Gladeye takes five at Communicator Awards

Websites for boutique beer brand Moa and fashion designer Collette Dinnigan have been judged among the best in the world, helping Auckland digital creative agency Gladeye earn a total of five Communicator Awards.

The Communicator Awards are judged by the International Academy of Visual Art and celebrate big ideas and innovation in marketing and communications.

Gladeye scooped three gold awards of excellence for its work with Moa and Collette Dinnigan, as well as the agency's own digital portfolio website.

It also went home with two silver awards for Facebook apps: Gimme5, a virtual card-trading app for GrabOne, and Hell Pizza's Hell Zombies app (conceived by Barnes Catmur & Friends and executed by Gladeye).

 Company director Tarver Graham believes aligning the creative agency with the right clients produces results – in this case recognition from around the globe.

 “Both Moa Beer and Collette Dinnigan invest enormous attention to detail into their products. Collette just won the Australian Fashion Laureate. We try to get this attitude across online.

 “There’s a killer atmosphere when you get the right team together and let them feed off each other for the duration of a project.”

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