Chicago, Ill. – Imaginary Landscape, in partnership with Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center, has won the 2013 Gold Aster Award for outstanding website. The Sarah Bush website was the only entry to receive Gold within its group.
The Aster Awards, one of the largest national competitions of its kind, is hosted by Marketing Healthcare Today Magazine and Creative Images, Inc. This elite program recognized outstanding healthcare professionals for excellence in their advertising/marketing efforts for the calendar year 2012.
The 2013 Aster Awards received nearly 3,000 entries from across the United States as well as many international entries. Participant’s competed against similar-sized organizations in their category.
Awards were issued for entries that received top marks from judges placing them in the top 16% of the nation for advertising excellence. Judging criteria included creativity, layout and design, functionality, message effectiveness, production quality and overall appeal.
“We love working with the Sarah Bush Lincoln staff and are thrilled to receive this honor with them," said Brian Moloney, managing partner of Imaginary Landscape. "The Imaginary and Sarah Bush teams worked hard to create and maintain a warm and welcoming Web presence for the health system and it is wonderful to receive such high praise."
Melinda Lucas, the Aster Awards Program coordinator, commented that “The 2013 Aster Awards program contained some of the best advertising arguably in the world. The judge’s expectations were again surpassed.”
All winners are posted on the Aster Awards website (www.AsterAwards.com), as well as published in Marketing Healthcare Today, a national healthcare marketing magazine.
About Imaginary Landscape
Founded in 1995, Chicago-based Imaginary Landscape is a leading Web development and design and strategy provider for healthcare, association, manufacturing and educational businesses. Imaginary Landscape has extensive expertise in creating custom websites with skillsets that include system administration and hosting, user interface and design, and information architecture.