Arkansas-based digital product design company Little was recently named the winner for two awards and was nominated for a third at the 26th annual Webby Awards, the international awards for excellence on the internet. Few was selected as the winner in the Apps and Software – Health & Fitness category for ‘Fit Body: Fitness & Nutrition’ by Anna Victoria; and the Software – Best Visual Design – Aesthetics category for “WALT”. Few was also named a People’s Voice Awards finalist in the Apps and Software – Sports category for “Protector Academy” by the US Concealed Carry Association. The winners were celebrated at an awards show on May 1 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York.
Since 2013, Few has been designing, building and helping to market software products. Based in Little Rock, Few employs a team of more than 30 full-time developers, product managers, and designers who work hand-in-hand, remotely, and in-person with customers to launch solutions.
“We are honored to be recognized by our industry’s most prestigious awards program,” said Zack Hill, partner and CEO of Few. “We pride ourselves on being at the forefront of digital innovation and creativity, so being included with the world’s biggest brands is recognition enough. We appreciate the opportunity to work with customers who see the value in digital products, including Anna Victoria, US Concealed Carry Association and WALT.
For its 26th annual awards, The Webbys received more than 14,000 nominations from all 50 states and 70 countries around the world. They selected less than 12% for recognition, meaning the winners were one of the top five in the world in their category. Founded in 1996, the Webby Awards are judged by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences (IADAS).
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