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Comments (6) Posted 04.14.09 | PERMALINK | PRINT

The Editors

13th Annual Webby Awards



We are pleased to announce that Design Observer has been nominated for two Webby Awards, for Best Culture Blog (our third consecutive year in this category) and Best Writing (second consecutive year). This year, we’re proud to be in competition with The Guardian, The New Yorker, The New York Times, TreeHugger and Wired. We welcome readers to support us for the Webby People’s Voice award by voting here until April 30.


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Yay! I am voting.
designisin
04.14.09 at 12:40

Design Observer is one of the best design blogs around. I follow it regularly.
designscene
04.14.09 at 12:41

Well done everyone! Writes and Readers!
Youssef Sarhan
04.14.09 at 05:36

Congratulation man.....
Graphic Competitions
04.14.09 at 05:40

I'm an avid Design Observer. Glad to hear you guys are being recognized. You deserve it!

Here's an observation: when are they going to re-do that Webby logo?
Andrew Kopietz
04.15.09 at 02:22

Hi,
I have been reading on Designobserver for quite sometime now and find it really informative and exciting. It helps to keep me abreast with several design related issues from around the world. I would like take this opportunity to thank you guys for having such interesting stuff here. Best of luck!! :)
Dwarka Nath Sinha
04.25.09 at 01:18


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