SOURCE: Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide
PARSIPPANY, NJ--(Marketwired - May 1, 2013) - Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide (www.ogilvychww.com), the health-behavior experts of Ogilvy & Mather, announced today the group won three first-place certificates at the American Web Design Awards in the Desktop, Social Media + Networking, and Mobile categories for their 2012 Holiday E-card "Cookies Around the World" mobile app.
Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide is a WPP company (NASDAQ: WPPGY) (www.wpp.com). The organization houses and maintains individual Ogilvy CommonHealth and Ogilvy Healthworld brand identities as part of the Ogilvy & Mather (www.ogilvy.com) network.
Each year, Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide designs a holiday card that is distributed to the company's clients, employees and vendors. In 2012 the group decided to build an interactive, festive mobile app. Based on the concept of connecting family and friends around the world during the holiday season, "Cookies Around the World" allowed users to upload and share Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide employees' cookie recipes with their loved ones -- sharing delicious treats and holiday wishes.
The American Web Design Awards, part of Graphic Design USA, a news magazine for graphic designers and other creative professionals, recognizes excellence in websites, online communications, apps, social media, digital publishing and more.
Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide is committed to creativity and effectiveness in healthcare communications, everywhere. With 60 offices across 33 countries, the group provides marketing services including brand identity and development, clinical trial recruitment, digital/interactive services, direct-to-consumer, direct-to-patient, global integration, managed care marketing, market research and analytics, media planning and buying, medical advertising and promotion, medical education, public affairs and relations, relationship marketing, and strategic consulting. The network also offers scientific communications and publications services through a wholly owned separate legal entity.