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APRIL 29, 2014

Insomniac Design wins five prestigious Communicator Awards

In recognition of its highly successful America Supports Solar campaign, which was launched earlier this year as part of National Shout Out for Solar Day in partnership with SEIA, Insomniac Design has won two prestigious Gold Communicator Awards of Excellence from the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA) as part of its 20th annual worldwide awards competition. Insomniac Design was also awarded two Silver Awards of Distinction for the launch of Relay News Reporting mobile tool that gained widespread attention in the broadcast media world earlier this year.

With more than 6,000 entries received from across the U.S. and around the world, the Communicator Awards is the largest and most competitive awards program honoring creative excellence for communications professionals, including ad agencies, interactive agencies, production firms, in-house creative professionals, graphic designers, design firms and public relations firms.

The Communicator Awards are judged and overseen by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, a 600-plus member organization of leading professionals from various disciplines of the visual arts dedicated to embracing progress and the evolving nature of traditional and interactive media. Current IAVA membership represents a "Who's Who" of acclaimed media, advertising and marketing firms, including AirType Studio, Condé Nast, Disney, Keller Crescent, Lockheed Martin, Monster.com, MTV, rabble+rouser, Time Inc., Tribal DDB, Yahoo!, and many others.

“We are excited and amazed by the quality of work received for the 20th Annual Communicator Awards. This year’s class of entries is a true reflection of the progressive and innovative nature of marketing and communications,” said Linda Day, executive director of the Academy Interactive and Visual Arts. “On behalf of the entire Academy I want to applaud this year’s Communicator Awards entrants and winners for their dedication to perfecting their craft as they continue to push the envelope of creativity.”