Huge Wins Four WebAwards From the Web Marketing Association., President Cheese, RH Contemporary Art and TD Ameritrade Receive Top Honors

Michelle Pulman
September 15, 2014

September 15, 2014. Brooklyn. The Web Marketing Association has recognized Huge's work for, President Cheese, TD Ameritrade and RH Contemporary Art in the 2014 WebAwards. This is the 18th year that the WebAwards have honored the best sites in 96 different industries, setting the standard of excellence for website development. 

Huge's digital work for The City of New York’s official website,, and President Cheese’s The Art of Cheese microsite both took home WebAwards for “Outstanding Website.” TD Ameritrade’s #ItAddsUp campaign was awarded “Financial Services Standard of Excellence” and RH Contemporary Art, Restoration Hardware’s online gallery experience, won a WebAward for "Arts Standard of Excellence." 

Huge also won four WebAwards in 2013 for work with Google, Gucci, Diageo’s Alexander & James and American Express, and was recognized in 2012 for digital work on behalf of The Four Seasons. 

For more information and to see the full list of 2014 winners, visit:

About the WebAwards: The Web Marketing Association, the producer of the WebAward Competition, was founded in 1997 to help set a high standard for Internet marketing and development of the best websites on the World Wide Web. Staffed by volunteers, this organization is made up of Internet marketing, online advertising, PR, and top web site design professionals who share an interest in improving the quality of online advertising, internet marketing, and website promotion. 

About Huge: Huge is a digital agency that provides business strategy, design, marketing and technology services to some of the world's largest businesses and best-known brands. The company is known for successfully harmonizing user needs and business goals to create industry-changing digital experiences for its clients. Huge has offices based in the United States, Europe and Latin America, and is part of the Interpublic Group of Companies.

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