Digital Marketing & Web Design

Three Xynergy® websites selected for the prestigious Award of Distinction at 2013 Communicator Awards

06 May 2013

Santa Fe & Albuquerque, N.M.– Xynergy Inc., the award-winning web development and Internet marketing solutions firm, has been recognized as a 2013 Communicator Award winner having received three awards of distinction by the International Academy of the Visual Arts.  Award-winning websites include Santa Fe Spirits, The Screen Santa Fe, and Peyote Bird Designs.  The Award of Distinction is presented for projects that exceed industry standards in quality and achievement. 

“Being honored with three International Academy of the Visual Arts Communicator Awards is a remarkable accomplishment and a testament to the quality and effectiveness of our work,” says Jennifer Martin, Founder and CEO of Xynergy, Inc. “We’re thrilled and very thankful to our clients who trust us with their business as well as our tremendously talented and creative staff who are passionate about this highly technical work.”

The Communicator Awards recognizes work that transcends innovation and craft while making a lasting impact. With over 6000 entries, it is the largest and most prestigious award of its kind in the world. Some of the winning organizations include Disney, The Bill Gates Foundation, Accenture, Maserati and Red Bull.

About the Communicator Awards

The Communicator Awards is sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of Visual Arts, an invitation-only group consisting of top-tier professionals from acclaimed media, communications, advertising, creative and marketing firms. IAVA members include executives from organizations such as Conde Nast, Coach, Disney, The Ellen Degeneres Show, Estee Lauder, Lockheed Martin, MTV Networks, Pitney Bowes, Sotheby's Institute of Art, Time, Inc., Victoria's Secret, Wired, and Yahoo! To learn more about the IAVA please visit


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