JAN 5, 2011
LAMH wins Pixel Award
The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust's website, designed and built by Fastspot, won the People's Champ award in the 2010 Pixel Awards Non-Profit category. The Pixel Awards were established in 2006. The Pixel Awards take a fresh look at the best on the web. They are the cutting-edge website award, annually honoring compelling sites that have shown excellence in web design and development. Sites are submitted in 22 diverse categories, including the unique Agency, Geek, and Green categories. Any site can enter. Only 22 exceptional sites win.
Since launching its innovative Website in the Spring of 2010 the LAMH has seen over 100,000 visitors click through and explore the interactive features and resources. Visitors from over 100 countries and territories have come to the new site, ensuring the Museum's mission reaches far beyond those who are fortunate enough to visit in person.
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