Pagano Media Wins Two Gold Communicator Awards for Website Design

Pagano Media Award Winning Website Agency - Communicator Awards

Pagano Media strikes gold with two Gold Communicator Awards for Website Design, receiving the competition’s highest honor, the Award of Excellence. Pagano Media designed and developed two award-winning websites in 2023: the Worcester County Sheriff Office and the Springfield Empowerment Zone (SEZP).

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The Worcester County Sheriff Office website won a Gold Communicator Award for website design in 2023.

“With around 5,000 entries received from across the US and globally, the Communicator Awards is the largest and most competitive awards program honoring creative excellence for communications professionals. Winners who received the competition’s highest honor, the Award of Excellence, include Bank of America, Groove Jones, PBS, Hearts & Science, Pepsico, George Mason University, AARP, and many more.” – The Communicator Awards

The Communicator Awards is sanctioned and reviewed by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts, a group consisting of top-tier professionals from prestigious media, communications, advertising, creative and marketing firms. “The submissions for the 29th season of The Communicator Awards’ were some of the most diverse and powerful yet”, said Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts managing director Lauren Angeloni. “I am truly blown away by the quality of the work. I want to congratulate all of the honorees for their well-deserved wins.”

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The Springfield Empowerment Zone website won a Gold Communicator Award for website design in 2023.

Pagano Media takes a user-first approach to website design and development. Our digital marketing agency then leverages our in-depth knowledge of rapidly changing technology and web design trends to build websites that present your brand as an industry leader.

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