LinguaComm Wins W3 Awards for Supiki App
October 8, 2013
Vancouver, BC - We are very proud to announce that the International Academy of the Visual Arts in New York, recently recognized
LinguaComm with two W3 awards. Our Supiki English Conversation Practice App won in both the "Innovative/Experimental" and "Education" categories for Mobile Applications.
With over 4,000 entries submitted by the best in web and mobile apps worldwide, the W3 awards honors creative excellence and is judged by an invitation only body consisting of top-tier professionals from a "Who's Who" of acclaimed media, advertising and marketing firms.
Supiki won these awards alongside some major global brands. Other apps that won awards were created for companies like Sprint, CBS, Gucci, Conde Nast, Gatorade, AMC & Fox, Turner Sports, AirBnB, The US Olympic Committee, Nissan, and Random House (Dr. Seuss).
Thank you to everyone who touched Supiki in some way and helped to make it an award winning app. These awards belong to the entire Supiki Team for its commitment and support. Way to go Team!
Julie Zilber, Kosta ChatziSpiros, Adam Beal, Amy Modhal, Anthony Zhang, Artemisa Mendoza, Chloe Liu, Connie Pickett, Daniel Sheinin, Emma Slipp, Erez Barzilay, Francesca Nurlu, Gary Carlson, Ian Yoon Kang, Ian Milne, Jaeman Song, Joel Beacon, John Oman, June De La Paz, Juri Kish, Kevin White, Kristen Pilling, Laura Suez, Mark Oliver, Meghan Robichaud, Michael Zilber, Michelle Evers, Miles Hill, Mo Goshinmon, Olga Gonyou, Phil Curtin, Rita Lin, Rob Sandhu, Rodrigo Moreno Villamar, Rondel Reynoldson, Sophie Burgoyne, Shanna Wang, Trish Cundy, Vanessa Espadas, Vanessa Richards, Veronika Klaptocz, Yao Li and Yichun Dai.
About W3 Awards
The W3 Awards honors creative excellence on the web, and recognizes the creative and marketing professionals behind award winning sites, videos and marketing programs. Simply put, the W3 is the first major web competition to be accessible to the biggest agencies, the smallest firms, and everyone in between. Small firms are as likely to win as Fortune 500 companies and international agencies. w3award.com
Since 2006, LinguaComm Enterprises Inc. has been focused on intelligent conversation-centric applications. Supiki, the world's first conversational 'smart' app developed by LinguaComm, allows users to practice and improve their conversational English on a smartphone. Integrating voice-recognition technologies with innovative technical design, Supiki simulates real life conversations to provide a fun, low-cost learning experience. Content for Supiki was developed with the support of Canada Media Fund.
June De La Paz