MetroStar Systems Awarded 4 American Web Design Awards



Written By: Debbie Peterson

MetroStar Systems, Inc., (MetroStar) received four American Web Design Awards for excellence in video and mobile application work. The American Web Design Awards were sponsored by Graphic Design USA (GDUSA), a leading news magazine for graphic designers and other creative professionals. Out of 1,250+ total submissions, only the top 15 percent received awards.

“The diversity across our work represents the depth of talent we have on our team and their commitment to creating work that is truly unique and tailored to solving each individual client’s goals,” said Jason Stoner, director of digital at MetroStar Systems. “We’re honored to be recognized for doing work that we love.”

GDSA The awards were received for the following mobile and web projects:

ChemBook (mobile application and video) Woozy (mobile application) Mammoth (video) This is the third year in a row that MetroStar has been honored to receive multiple GDUSA awards.

About Graphic Design USA

For nearly five decades, GDUSA has sponsored national competitions that spotlight the most important, fastest-growing, and valuable areas of design for business and society. Over the past few years, the American Web Design Awards have become a distinguished source of projects for professional graphic designers. The American Web Design Awards competition celebrates the power of well-designed websites and other online communications to attract audiences, generate engagement and response, and promote products, services, and ideas.

MetroStar Systems’ Integrated Approach to Design

Experts in MetroStar’s Digital, Web, and Mobile practice areas have designed enterprise systems, recruiting applications, national security applications, and consumer and community sites for private and public sector clients, as well as mobile and web applications for industry and major government agencies. MetroStar provides one integrated and collaborative company for visual design, usability, content, and information architecture needs. Their human factors engineers and user experience architects follow a human-centered design approach to create engaging user experiences across multiple platforms and devices.