The BBDO Toronto ad agency was the big Canadian winner at the 16th annual Webby Awards announced today.
The firm won three of the awards honouring the best of the Web: two inthe interactive advertising division (one each for its ‘Touch theRainbow’ and ‘Cat’ campaigns), plus a ‘People’s Voice’ award in the Website category for its ‘The End’ Doritos spot.
Perennial Webby nominee the National Film Board of Canadawalked awaywith two honours in the Web site division. ‘Bla Bla’ picked up an awardin the Net art category while ‘God’s Lake Narrows’ got one for bestphotography.
The Toronto office of the creative agency Evidently was also a doublewinner. Its ‘Dear 16-year-old Me” spot wonthe public service and activism division in the online film and videocategory, as well as best copywriting honours in the interactiveadvertising niche.
Repeat nominee John St. ad agency of Toronto finally grabbed the tophonour, this time for its ‘Your Man Reminder’ campaign for best how-toor DIYentry in the online film and video category. Quebec-based multimediaagency Nurun took the top prize for its ‘YSL Experience’ project in theWeb site category’s beauty and cosmetics division.