Enter the 14th Annual Shorty Awards

The Shorty Awards honor the best of social media and digital. See categories below. The early entry deadline is on December 9th, 2021.

From the 13th Annual Shorty Awards Best UX/UI

This award honors the best UX/UI on social media and digital. Design elements used in posts, to enhance social profiles, and as part of integrated campaigns are eligible. Creative integrity, strategic integration, and effectiveness will be considered.

See previous winners and honorees here.


Setting the Standard for Sports Industry Push Notifications
The Vikings digital and social departments are always on the hunt for new ways to reach various audiences. No matter if you're a diehard fan who wants to consume as much information as possible or a low-key fan who just wants top news, push notifications allow for the user to experience a direct link to our team and explore areas of our mobile app…
An Envious Digital Experience
With the launch of their “Keep Your Body Working” campaign, Massage Envy set out to change the way people think about massage, stretch, and skin care services by making these services part of a person’s everyday health and wellness routine, instead of a luxury. And so they needed an agency partner to change the way people find, schedule, and acces…
Industry City
Much of what IBM offers is not seen with the naked eye, and therefore our clients are unaware of our expertise and solutions. We had an opportunity to present our solutions through the lens of our client–and how it will enable them to meet their customer expectations of today.
Lifesum, first digital health app to create and launch a health widget for iOS 14
Lifesum is on a mission to help people live happier and healthier lives through better eating. Accomplishing this mission relies, in part, on creating ways to support users in their daily decision-making pertaining to nutrition.  With this in mind, we’re always looking to leverage technology to create such means of daily support, particularly o…
The USTA & IBM - Enabling the 2020 (Virtual) U.S. Open
On June 17th the USTA announced the 2020 US Open would be a spectator-less tournament, giving our collective team 12 weeks to re-imagine the Grand Slam in a virtual format – that would give fans at home an immersive, interactive digital experience, as well as the sights, sounds and rivalries that typically unfold across the millions of spectators …