NorthPoint-built Human Rights Watch's International Film Festival site shortlisted for Acquia's Site of the Year Award
NorthPoint is excited to announce that the website that we built for Human Rights Watch'sInternational Film Festival has been shortlisted for the Acquia Site of the Year Award. Despite strong competition, HRW's International Film Festival website stood out amongst more than 100 entries due to the presence of an appealing design, an experience that draws visitors into the content, great use of multimedia and easy, intuitive navigation.
The winners will be announced on Monday, May 20th at DrupalCon Portland 2013 during Acquia's Partner Day. For more information on NorthPoint's enterprise Drupal services, please contact Jeff Penner, at 212.819.1700 or via email.
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