Angie’s List Magazine has been honored with 15 awards for writing and design by two prestigious organizations.
The award-winning articles, headlines, informational graphics and graphic designs focused on dental second opinions, sleeping disorders, tree topping, custom cars, lawless locksmiths, best and worst contractors and roofing rip-offs.
“Consumers turn to Angie’s List for trustworthy ratings and reviews and are generally delighted to find there’s so much more information available to them,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “This latest round of awards is testament to the high quality reporting and writing our magazine staff delivers every month. We’re pleased to see their hard work recognized by their peers.”
The Society of Professional Journalists’ Best of Indiana
recognized eight Angie’s List works published in 2010. Angie’s List won seven Graphic Design USA awards.
Angie’s List is the nation's premier provider of consumer reviews
on local service providers ranging from roofers and contractors
, to doctors
, and dentists
The monthly magazine is delivered to Angie’s List members each month, either in print or electronic form, depending on the specific market. It is also available to non-members at http://magazine.angieslist.com.
Angie’s List collects consumer reviews on local contractors and doctors in more than 500 service categories. Currently, more than 1.5 million consumers
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The American Graphic Design Awards has reviewed graphic design for more than 40 years. It honors outstanding work in more than 20 categories from print and packaging to Internet and interactive design.
The Indiana Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists awards recognize the accomplishments of the state’s top journalists in the areas of reporting, writing, photography and design for magazines, newspapers, TV and radio work.