Since day one, we have been our customers number one fans. From large scale campaigns to their own personal websites or even their doodle books, the amazing level of creative energy that Media Temple customers bring to their work is unrivaled. It’s what motivates us, as a company, every day.
We want you to share that energy with us in our new contest: Made Like It Matters. This is a contest to show off a creation that truly matters. To your team, to your community, but most importantly, to yourself. We teamed up with Newegg and LG to give out some fantastic prizes, including amazing 43” and 32” 4k UHD widescreen monitors, gift cards to Newegg, and the now-famous Media Temple swag bag. Here’s how you (hopefully) win:
- Visit our landing page, which you can reach by this link.
- Fill out the form in the bottom with your contact information.
- Upload a file or include a link to whichever site your project is hosted on!
- Tell us some details about the project. Why it was made, how it was made, and what it means to you. Feel free to add as many details as possible!
Keep reading below to learn about our six winners!
——- 11/29 UPDATE: CONGRATS TO ALL OUR WINNERS!
GRAND PRIZE: Christian L. of Camas, WA – https://fuelmedical.com/
In Christian’s own words: “When I was given the design for our new corporate site, I said to myself “no, this isn’t happening.” With the help of our designer I secretly started building two sites without telling my boss, but it won hands down.”
SECOND PRIZE: Andrew S. of Brooklyn, NY – http://www.wehavecastles.com/
In Andrew’s own words: “This website is a direct reflection of the music within. I put a lot of effort into using mixed media and custom programming to create a truly unique experience for viewers.”
THIRD PRIZE (1/2): Samantha B. of Ames, IA – http://www.iMarketerLife.com
In Samantha’s own words: “I wanted to help women live the life I’ve been so fortunate to live. iMarketerLife is the site that I will use to share my dream. It took a team of 11 passionate freelancers, from illustrators to coders, to knock it out in 3 months.”
THIRD PRIZE (2/2): Jenaro D. of Austin, TX – http://reworkproject.org
In Jenaro’s own words: “It was made entirely by a small team of advertising creatives outside of our day jobs and a bunch of favors along the way. It’s not often we get to do good within our profession, so this is special to us.”
FOURTH PRIZE (1/2): Ludvik H. of West Fargo, ND – http://nupolitan.com
In Ludvik’s own words: “After 22 years of working for someone else, I finally decided to take my own advice and launched our own human-centered design agency, positive and with sustainability in mind to make ideas that matter, happen. Designed by us, hosted by Media Temple.”
FOURTH PRIZE (2/2): Nathan L. of Pleasant View, TN – https://ataleoftwogeeks.com
In Nathan’s own words: “As a designer and developer to create a modern throwback to the old 8bit and 16bit era for a local podcast including making the hosts their own 8bit 16bit characters. This site was built on WordPress and is mobile responsive with some CSS3.”