NLN Wins at the Hermes Creative Awards, with Honors in All Eight Entries Submitted

NLN Wins at the Hermes Creative Awards, with Honors in All Eight Entries Submitted

International Competition, Sponsored by the Association of Marketing & Communication Professionals (AMCP), Lauds Best Work in Traditional & Digital Messaging Each Year

Washington, DC — The National League for Nursing proudly announces outstanding results in the 17th Annual Hermes Creative Awards competition: all eight of the League’s nominations submitted for consideration earned honors, with half winning a coveted Gold Award.

The awards program, a formal public tribute to the messengers and creators of the information revolution, is administered by the Association of Marketing & Communication Professionals (AMCP). The association is one of the largest and oldest industry groups to evaluate creative work worldwide and deems the support and recognition of public service and philanthropic endeavors within creative communications a vital part of its mission. Winners range in size from individuals and nonprofits to media conglomerates and Fortune 500 companies.

All of the League’s nominations were evaluated within Electronic/Social/Interactive Media, one of three broad award categories for entries submitted to an international panel of experts that AMCP assembles each year. won two Gold Awards in the Website Overall category, one for Nonprofit and the second for Redesign. The website’s Home Page received an Honorable Mention in the Home Page category. Another Website Honorable Mention was awarded in the Microsite category to the NLN Education Summit Website.

Last year, was redesigned by Eyedea Design Studio, with programming and implementation by Results Direct. The relaunch integrated advanced technology into a visually appealing, intuitive navigation that significantly enhances the user experience.

Additional Gold winners in this year’s Hermes competition were the NLN Accelerator in the E-Newsletter category and NursingEDge Unscripted, hosted by the NLN Division for Innovation in Education Excellence, for Podcast Series. Also, in the E-Newsletter category, Honorable Mentions went to the NLN Member Update and NLN Look Ahead.

“The National League for Nursing is extremely proud to offer award-winning communications, which make our diverse, dynamic programming, initiatives, and resources accessible and inviting to the vast community of nurse educators and health care leaders around the world,” said NLN Chair Kathleen Poindexter, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, interim associate dean of academic affairs at Michigan State University in Lansing.

“Everyone at the National League for Nursing shares in this fine achievement,” said NLN President and CEO Beverly Malone, PhD, RN, FAAN. “From content and programming to graphics and design, communications are a true collaboration, as is the culture at the heart of our mission to promote excellence in nursing education.” 

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