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The Matt Curtis Real Estate website recognized with international award

HUNTSVILLE – Matt Curtis Real Estate was recently in the international spotlight after winning bronze in the 2022 Top Summit Creative Awards for their website www.mattcurtisrealestate.com.

Over 3400 submissions were received by the Summit Creative Awards from over 19 countries, making the award a monumental and coveted achievement to be chosen. The Matt Curtis website was identified for creative innovation, a powerful user experience, and the ability to strongly communicate and persuade through an excellent site design. It was created by Real Estate Webmasters.

Founded in 1994, the Summit Creative Award is annually held exclusively for organizations with annual billings below $30 million in 62 different categories. As multinational agencies with large budgets tend to dominate in creative competitions, The Summit Awards wanted to level the playing field. With a blind judging process which aims to showcase the talents of smaller to medium-sized creative firms, this dedicates space to agencies to receive the recognition they deserve.

According to press release by Real Estate Webmasters, their partnership with Matt Curtis meant delivering on a vision – to tell a story through beautiful web design – and this is exactly what REW accomplished.

“Diving into the Matt Curtis site, you are immediately drawn to the seamlessness of the site through its convenient navigation. A convenience that is balanced out by gorgeous design that is vibrant with colours and visuals that embodies the Matt Curtis vision,” the press release stated. “The #1 real estate team in Alabama needed to partner with a creative team they could trust. One which understood who exactly they were catering to and the needs of a market that would be brilliantly highlighted through every aspect of this site design.”

About Summit Creative Awards

The Summit Create Awards celebrates 28 years of recognizing creative success through a multitude of outlets such as web, design, video, advertising, interactive, mobile and social marketing from global creative agencies. Awarding those who exemplify true creative innovation and celebrating those dedicating to showcasing their passion through brilliantly designed platforms.

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