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WebDriven Wins Web Marketing Association Web Award

BOSTON - WebDriven (http://BeWebDriven.com) has received the Standard of Excellence award in the Non-Profit category in the Web Marketing Association's 12th annual WebAward Competition for Web site development. WebDriven is a full-service web development and design firm with offices in Boston and Washington, D.C.

WebDriven Awarded a 2008 Standard of Excellence from Web Marketing Association for Promise to Remember Me

The Promise to Remember Me website (http://promise.jdrf.org) was created for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International (JDRF) principally as a platform for recruiting advocates for meetings with Members of Congress across the United States to help secure funding for diabetes research.

An interactive, dynamic Flash map on the site's homepage allows site visitors, advocates and other stakeholders to track progress near-real-time from the Promise database as meetings were scheduled and/or completed. The public site also included a blog (with RSS feed) which offers notes of encouragement from Promise leaders and other supporters like recording artist Elliott Yamin throughout the campaign; and a welcome video from Mr. Yamin, who served as the International Celebrity Advocate Co-Chair for the Promise Campaign.

"We're excited that the WebDriven team has received this award and we hope this recognition draws more attention to the good work JDRF is doing on behalf of children with Type I diabetes," says WebDriven's D.J. Smith.

Thanks to Warner, Project Lead and Jason, Development Lead for a fantastic job!

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Read more about WebDriven's work with JDRF:

WebDriven Launches 'Spread the Word' Social Networking Initiative for JDRF

WebDriven Launches Sites to Support Major JDRF Initiatives on Diabetes Research

D.J. Smith is Co-Founder & Senior Principal at WebDriven. A 15-plus year veteran of the Internet, he still remembers - albeit not too fondly -- how to setup a gopher site.

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