Visix issues call for entries for digital signage content awards
February 21, 2013
Digital signage content software provider Visix Inc. announced it is accepting entries for the company’s 2013 Expression Awards. The company launched the annual awards in 2008 to recognize the best content designs from clients using its digital signage software applications.
Due to the popularity of last year’s new social media format, this year’s contest will be run entirely through Visix’s Facebook page, with three Judges’ Awards and one People’s Choice award chosen from qualified entries, the company said.
“Each year of the awards, we’ve seen increasing creativity and understanding of visual communications from our clients,” said Deborah DeWitt, marketing Ccommunications manager for Visix. “Our customers encompass a wide range of markets and job titles — everything from professional graphic designers to students to IT technicians — and the breadth and depth of their designs show a real understanding of how to capture attention and motivate audiences.”
Visix is accepting entries through May 10, and winners will be announced on May 14. A panel of creative artists from Visix will choose three Judges’ Award winners and Fans of the Visix Facebook page can vote once per day for one People’s Choice award. Expression Award winners will receive:
- An Apple iPad;
- A mounted, personalized Expression Award;
- Recognition in Visix’s e-newsletter and press release announcing winners;
- Winning entry featured on Visix websites and Facebook page; and
- Use of the official Expression Award winner logo.
Deadlines, judging criteria, and more detailed information about the awards are available at http://www.visix.com/expressionawards.html and entries can be viewed at http://www.facebook.com/visixinc.
The Expression Awards are part of Visix’s community-building strategy to bring its software users together, to spotlight creative abilities, and to recognize Visix customers for their contributions in the field of digital signage communications, the company said.