Pier 6 was a Baltimore City managed venue for international musicians performing in Baltimore. The pavilion is on the waterfront at the Inner Harbor area. Each year was summarized in a 3-color program, and many collateral materials, including advertisements, were produced in conjunction with the concert series. The Baltimore Office of Promotion was responsible for […]
Unless I’m mistaken, there were 7 years of these: FY’08 to FY’14. Colors (and photos) changed each year. Red was first, and terracotta most recent. Maryland’s annual “budget books” included several volumes: Highlights and Capital Budget Program, among them. There were also Powerpoint presentations and/or poster boards with graphs and summaries to accompany the release […]
The Baltimore Office of Promotion published and distributed monthly event calendars with educational and recreational opportunities, including concerts, festivals, parades and workshops throughout the city.
The Best in Class award is the highest honor bestowed by the IMA. It represents the very best in planning, execution and overall professionalism. Maryland’s site earned 482 out of 500 points to distinguish itself among the 137 government sites nominated. Five other states earned this prestigious award. More from Interactive Media Awards website Additional coverage: The Motley Fool […]
The W3 Awards honors outstanding Websites, Web Marketing, Web Video, & Mobile Apps created by some of the best interactive agencies, designers, and creators worldwide. A complete list of W3 Award Winners can be viewed at www.w3award.com. Read more from the International Academy of Visual Arts website
Through a mobile-first design, the new site uses responsive design techniques which automatically scales content to the device being used and allows citizens to engage with government anywhere and anytime. The international VEMA Awards competition is judged by an invitation-only standards council of highly skilled professionals with expertise, leadership, and vision in various multimedia art […]