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Thank you Saskatoon for voting DBlack.Communications the best in Web Development 2011! The awards gala will be held at TCU Place in Saskatoon on June 23, 2011

CCA – Recognizing Business Excellence
The symbol of the Consumer Choice Award is considered a seal of excellence and the coronation of local businesses’ efforts and achievements.

Consumer Choice Award marketing platform enhances the ability for small to medium size businesses to compete with larger corporations by providing unique marketing initiatives that differentiate them in the market place.

It represents the most valuable reward of all: the knowledge that a company has earned the trust and loyalty of consumers in their community.

Selection process
The research company conducts an open-ended survey among two major groups of consumers, the general public and the business community. Consumers are asked “…which business is your choice for excellence in each category? Please consider the elements of quality, service, value and appearance”.

A winner in each category is declared according to the survey’s results, which reflect THE CHOICE OF CONSUMERS. In each case, a Gold winner is declared, and where the results justify Silver and Bronze award winners are declared. On rare occurrences, there might be tied winners.

For more information about the Consumer Choice Award, vist http://www.ccaward.com



2010 SIMA award

Deborah received the SIMA 2010 Excellence Award for Outstanding Volunteer in recognition of her role and foresight as a founding member, and her dedicated, tireless and diligent leadership as president of the organization for eight years, 2002 through 2010.



Deborah Black wins a 2009 YWCA Woman of Distinction Award for Science, Technology, or Research

“Deborah Black is a trail-blazing technology pioneer with a will-learn, can-do attitude and record of success that echoes the leadership, commitment and passion she brings to all aspects of her life and work. The president of D.Black Communications, Deborah is constantly seeking opportunities and experiences that will keep her up-to-date with the rapidly-evolving world of interactive media. She is also a founding member and current president of SaskInteractive, a volunteer-based organization that educates, promotes, and grows the web development & interactive technology industry. Deborah is also an active supporter and volunteer with many community organizations in Saskatoon.” – Pat Katz



2009 SIMA Award

dblack.communications created a “virtual archaeological dig” – an interactive educational animation for Darryl Isbister, a teacher at Tommy Douglas Collegiate in Saskatoon. The production won a 2009 SIMA Award in the category of Education / Learning / Training Visualization.



dblack.communications receives a 2008 "Elevators" award!

In May 2008 the Saskatchewan Branch of the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada (GDC) sponsored the first “Elevators” Awards with our animation created for Fluid Clarification capturing a Merit award in the Advertising/Website category.



 

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