Beyond Spots & Dots wins three digital marketing awards for education

PITTSBURGH–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The 9th Annual Digital Marketing Awards for Education honored full-service agency Beyond Spots & Dots with three gold medals. These awards were given to the agency for its expertise in designing websites for educational microsites, institutional websites and development websites.

Awards won by Beyond Spots & Dots are a testament to the agency’s mastery of designing user-friendly websites for colleges, universities, and high schools. The agency’s unique approach to website development is to create website mockups with engaging verbiage and images that are strategically implemented in a responsive and mobile-friendly design. The sites are custom built for the needs of each client.

“Using state-of-the-art graphic design and website development techniques, our team is committed to creating exceptional content that helps our education clients increase enrollment at their institutions,” says Andreas Beck, CEO of Beyond Spots & Dots.

The Education Digital Marketing Awards recognize expertise in creating websites, digital content, electronic communications, mobile media and social media campaigns for educational institutions. These highly regarded awards are judged by a national panel of education marketers, advertising creative directors and marketing professionals.

About Beyond Spots & Dots

Founded in 2006, Beyond Spots & Dots is a full-service advertising agency in Pittsburgh, PA, Columbus, OH and Baltimore, MD. Beyond Spots & Dots is dedicated to planning, creating and managing advertising, marketing, public relations, branding and digital for clients. The agency’s services range from digital advertising, programmatic tactics, social media, web development and SEO to traditional media buying, market research, copywriting, brand development and video production. Beyond Spots & Dots is also recognized as a Women’s National Enterprise (WBE) by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

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