Goafest 2012- A tale of 2 Silvers and a Bronze

Webchutney got its share of metals at Goafest 2012. We won two silvers for our work on Turquoise Cottage and a Bronze for the very cool game we built for

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Nokia, Agent.One. Not to forget, 8 of our entries made it to the final shortlist this year. The award season has only started, here's hoping for more laurels this year.

The work that won:

1: Buddy Stamp – Silver in the Best Application for Mobile category

2: Turquoise Cottage Website – Silver in the Best Corporate Website category

3: Nokia Agent.One – Bronze in Branded Content for the Internet – Branded application/tool/mash-up

ps: As you read this, the author is trying hard to get you the after-party scoop and pictures; the madness that followed post our win. But the creative director is closely guarding them with his life. Hmm…We wonder why!


1 Response to “Goafest 2012- A tale of 2 Silvers and a Bronze”

  1. 1 Vulturo

    Nicely done, boys! The empire is pleased.

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