DEG, a full-service digital agency and one of the fastest-growing companies in the country, has won seven Davey Awards, the largest national award competition for smaller agencies, judged and organized by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts.

DEG’s seven awards were the most the agency has won in a single year.

DEG’s work for client Essense of Australia claimed three awards, including both of DEG’s gold Davey awards for the Essense “Pretty Happy Love” blog, which won for the “Websites – Blog” and “Websites – Visual Appeal” categories. DEG also won a silver award in the “Websites – Other” category for the Essense “What’s Your Bridal Style?” social quiz. The “Firefox + You” newsletter redesign for client Mozilla won DEG two silver awards in the “Online Advertising and Marketing – Email Marketing” and “newsletter” categories. DEG also won silver awards for its Just Right by Purina website and Kansas City International Airport website.

“DEG’s goal is to be our clients’ highest-performing partner, and while there are several criteria for reaching that goal, recognition through award-winning work is a great showcase of our talent and commitment to excellence,” said Kyle Johnston, Director of Creative at DEG.

The seven awards were the most the agency has won in a single year.

About DEG

One of the fastest-growing companies in the country, DEG is a full-service digital agency purpose-built to help clients master the moment with relevant and data-driven marketing, commerce, and collaboration solutions. The agency applies the creative application of technology to offer an unparalleled understanding of its clients’ customers. Named one of Inc. Magazine’s “25 Companies Changing the World,” DEG serves flagship brands, including Purina, Timberland, Crocs, Hallmark, and AEG. DEG can be found online at www.DEGdigital.com, and on Twitter at @DEGdigital.

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