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Emory Business School’s Drupal Design Wins Gold in AVA Awards

by Rebekah Schnaubelt
February 24, 2020

We're proud to announce that Mediacurrent has earned an AVA Digital Award for our design work in partnership with Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. The recently launched Drupal 8 site was recognized by AVA Digital, an awards program that recognizes outstanding achievements by creative professionals. The judging process is run by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals, an international organization of creative professionals who look for projects that exceed a high standard of excellence and works that can act as a benchmark for industries.

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“This award is a testament of Mediacurrent’s ingenuity and design and UX methodology. Our design, strategy, and development teams have incredible talent, and we’re grateful and humbled to have our work distinguished from a competitive applicant pool of 2,500 entries from across the globe.”

- Dave Terry

The design team for Emory University Goizueta Business School studied and explored the university, its culture, and brand, actively listening and seeking to create design elements that spoke to what we heard. 

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Using personality and tone based on research, Mediacurrent designers built a brand guide and worked hand-in-hand with the strategy and development teams. In just a few days, explore our case study to see how we approached the award-winning redesign of Emory Business School’s website.

We believe great interactive design goes beyond just visual aesthetics, it invites users into an immersive experience driven by behavioral data, thoughtful planning, and a desire to unite elegance with utility. Contact us to discuss how we can explore your brand and deliver expert results. 

Meet team member, Rebekah Schnaubelt

Rebekah performs a wide variety of tasks In her role as Marketing Specialist, including managing Mediacurrent’s social platforms and chatbot, running analytics reports, and planning both marketing and internal culture events. She enjoys cross-collaborating with the variety of teams and roles at Mediacurrent.

Making the most of her time in higher education, Rebekah spent four years volunteering and working at the University of North Georgia. After earning her degree in Marketing, she worked as the Digital Marketing and Communications Associate for the Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce where she grew social media engagement for the organization and supported event promotion and content strategy.

Rebekah is based near Mediacurrent’s metro-Atlanta headquarters. When she’s not working, she can be found hiking in the North Georgia mountains with her wife and dog or nerding out over tabletop or video games.

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