Our designers and developers work hard to build the best possible law firm websites for our clients. Once again, they’ve been recognized by industry leaders for their dedication and flair for inventive design. At this year’s Interactive Media Awards (IMA), fSquared Marketing won Best in Class (Legal Category) — not once but twice. First for Hamilton Duncan and then again for Burns Fitzpatrick. (This must mean that a double celebration is in order!) The Best in Class award is the highest honor bestowed by the IMA. Recipients of this award represent the “very best in planning, execution, and overall professionalism.”
In order to bring home these trophies, both of our entries had to impress a series of judges. They also had to score high marks in all contest criteria: “an achievement only a fraction of sites in the IMA program earn each year.” With these new awards, we’re happy to say that the trophy shelf at fSquared Marketing is getting quite full.
Having served clients since 1959, Hamilton Duncan Armstrong + Stewart is one of the largest, most respected law firms in the Fraser Valley. Burns Fitzpatrick LLP is located in the heart of downtown Vancouver and dedicated to providing excellent client service in both business and personal law. What do these two firms have in common? Both have adopted forward-thinking approaches to their marketing development. And both, it seems, now have award-winning websites to carry their efforts forward.
The fSquared Marketing team is honoured to work with such reputable firms. Forward-thinking clients like Hamilton Duncan and Burns Fitzpatrick give us the opportunity to do our best work and create award-winning websites. If you or your firm is interested in working with us to create a brand or website that makes an impact, we’re here to help.
Robert Foley is Co-Founder and Chief Digital Officer at fSquared Marketing. He has over 15 years experience defining, building and managing large-scale websites and digital solutions for top professional services companies and law firms in both Canada and the U.S.
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