If awards and accolades are your thing, then we've certainly earned a few. We're proud of our work and the recognition feels good, but it's not why Insomniac Studios does what it does. A recommendation from a happy client is worth a truckload of shiny marketing awards.
ADDY Awards 2017
The I Am Able disability awareness campaign won two ADDY Awards from the Akron, Ohio, chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF). The campaign featured confident, capable people with disabilities in the workforce. The bold, assertive campaign redefined public expectations of people with disabilities in the mainstream workforce. The I Am Able campaign videos won a gold ADDY and a Judge's Choice ADDY. The ADDY Awards are shared with Todd Biss Productions.
See comments from the Judge's Choice Award where the I Am Able campaigned was called...
"The most efficient and compelling and beautiful storytelling."
PRSA Cleveland Rocks Awards 2016
The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), Cleveland, awarded a gold and two silver awards. The projects were selected from entries from Cleveland's best public relations, marketing and advertising companies. The marketing and communication campaign for Over the Edge won a gold award. Hattie Larlham’s rebranding, positioning and messaging and a social media flash fund campaign each won a silver award. The rebranding award is shared with Prosper for Purpose. The PRSA Cleveland Rocks Awards are presented to public relations practitioners who, as evaluated by their peers, have exemplified the highest quality of professionalism, skill, creativity and resourcefulness through their work on a particular project or issue.
PRSA Cleveland Rocks Awards 2015
The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), Cleveland, recognized three projects for Northeast Ohio disability nonprofit Hattie Larlham. The work was selected from work among Cleveland's best public relations, marketing and advertising companies. Two silver awards recognized the organization's success on social media and a media day for Over the Edge. The work also won a Judge's Choice Award.
PRSA Cleveland Rocks Awards 2014
The Judge's Choice Award is one of the top two awards given by the PRSA. It was selected from the 130 entries from Cleveland's best public relations, marketing and advertising companies. The award recognized work on the Over the Edge event. Giving Tuesday social media campaign and Over the Edge projects won gold awards.
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American Graphic Design Award
Every year, Graphic Design USA reviews submissions from across the country and selects the best to present in its design annual.
Work featured in Graphic Design USA
An identity for a new business was featured in the 2005 year-end collection of Graphic Design USA magazine.
Marcom Gold Award
Awarded for a large entrance exhibit at the 2004 Cleveland Home and Garden Show, which combined the work of a disability health care organization with a wheelchair-accessible home, landscaping and the show's theme, the 65th anniversary of the Wizard of Oz.