Ozzie Gold Winner:Best Cover, Consumer Under 250,000 Circ.;Best Use of Photography, Consumer Under 250,000 Circ.;Best Use of Typography, Consumer
Ozzie Gold Winner:Best New Design, B-to-B
Ozzie Winner:Best Feature Design, Association/Non-profit
Ozzie Winner:Best Overall Design, B-to-B
Ozzie Winner:Best Cover, Consumer Above 250,000 Circulation
Ozzie Winner:Best Design, New Magazine, Consumer
Ozzie Winner:Best Site Design, B-to-B
Eddie Winner:Best Full Issue, Consumer, Regional
Eddie Winner:Best Single Article, B-to-B, Banking/Business/Finance
Issue: November/December 2008Frequency: Bimonthly Launched: September/October 2008Circ: 20,000Editor: Mavian Arocha
Eddie Winner:Best Web Site, Consumer
Eddie Winner:Best Full Issue, Consumer, Technology/Computing; Best Online Community
Eddie Winner:Custom, Editorial, 6 or more times per year, September 2007, Full IssueOzzie Winner:Best Overall Design, Custom;Best Overall Design, Association/Non-Profit;
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