Maryland’s Recovery & Reinvestment website was an online tracking tool published by the StateStat Office to monitor and share information on federal stimulus funding. It was recognized by numerous authorities as among the best in the nation. They included: #1 Website in Nation for Recovery Act Reporting Good Jobs First, January 2010 Maryland topped all […]
Honors and Awards
As a public servant for the City of Baltimore and State of Maryland, Frank is proud to have received recognition for website innovation and online citizen engagement. None of these accomplishments could have happened without the earnest and hardworking teams of people involved.
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 […]
Maryland.gov, our state’s flagship portal, was recognized with a Visual Excellence in the Multimedia Arts (VEMA) award. The VEMA is an international award honoring excellence in the multimedia arts and “celebrating the creativity of today’s visual artists.” There were other two state sites to win recognition. http://www.vemaawards.com/winners
From 2010 – August, 2013, this was www.governor.maryland.gov. Maryland’s Governor website introduced and implemented blogging capabilities, live streaming video, interactive graphs, photo galleries, RSS feed, online forms and social media integration. HTML/CSS/WordPress hybrid. Based on the 2011 statewide template I developed with the Department of Information Technology. In 2013, the site was revamped to deliver […]