Brogan & Partners, one of the state’s leading advertising and marketing agencies, has won two silver honors from W³ Awards. The awards recognize Brogan’s recent work with Consumers Energy and the Michigan Women’s Foundation.
The W³ Awards honor creative excellence on the web and are sanctioned and judged by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, an invitation-only body consisting of top-tier professionals from a “Who’s Who” of acclaimed media, interactive, advertising, and marketing firms.
A video produced for Consumers Energy’s Generation Genius Project was recognized with a silver award. The video helps create awareness of the utility company’s work with schools to provide educational initiatives like Michigan FIRST Robotics to inspire the next generation of STEM talent. It features actual robotics students and others as they create, explore and experiment their way through trial, error and success.
Brogan won a silver award for the microsite created for the Michigan Women’s Foundation to promote Enough SAID (Enough Sexual Assault in Detroit). The Foundation developed Enough SAID to raise money for processing untested rape kits, as well as the investigation and prosecution of the forgotten crimes.
“We’re grateful for the recognition, and more importantly for two exceptional clients that have enabled us to produce inspiring and hard-working creative,” said Laurie Hix, creative director for Brogan.