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Web Design award and EXHIBITION IN Italy

A' Winners' Exhibition at "MOOD" Ex Chiesa di San Francesco, Como, Italy

We are excited to share that our CEO Zlatina Petrova won the highest award for web design from the world’s largest design contest A ‘Design Award & Competition. The prize was awarded for BuiltForImpact.net, which Zlatina designed in 2019 as Chief Creative Officer of Fairhead Creative agency.

The trophy was awarded for the extraordinary design, technology, creativity, and innovation of Built For Impact. The website was presented at the “Best Designs of the Year” exhibition in Italy and China, and published in a special print edition, dedicated to the competition.

Zlatina was also nominated for “Designer of the Year” contest. “My inspiration for BuiltForImpact’s design came from the Siamese Fighting Fish – a rare species with bright colors with which it stands out from the rest.

This is a representation of my mission as a designer – to create visuals, which make a difference. The awarded website was developed by the BuiltForImpact method, designed to support companies and social entrepreneurs striving to accomplish a mission beyond revenue, to stand out in the digital space, gain popularity, increase their influence over users, and make the world a better place.

” I am delighted that I have the opportunity to cooperate with such companies and entrepreneurs and prove that the website is not just a business card or a functional platform, it is a beautifully narrated story. It is a great honor to accept this prestigious award, which shows me that I’m on the right track, “, Zlatina claimed.

A’ Design Award and Competition is the World’s largest, most prestigious and influential design accolade. The competition promotes good design practices in various fields. The prizes are awarded in a total of 110 categories, including architectural, industrial, communications, fashion, and system design, as well as art and literature. The levels of distinction are 5: platinum, gold, silver, bronze, and iron. The works are evaluated by an authoritative jury of 200 members including academics, journalists, designers, and entrepreneurs.