Every year, ten websites are selected as the "Top Ten Websites of the Year" by the Interactive Media Awards. The awards "recognize the highest standards of excellence in website design and development and honor individuals and organizations for their outstanding achievement." Over 30 websites were selected among the Best in Class, but only 10 were chosen as sites of the year. Mormon.org, the flagship missionary website for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was selected among the top 10.
Title: Real Disney Theme Park Science Website
The website teaches children science and how it is used to create Disney Theme Park attractions. Some of the science topics include electricity, gravity and trajectory.
Title: The Paris Review Website
The Paris Review is a literature magazine that focuses on avoiding criticism. They encourage "non-drumbeaters and non-axe-grinders" to submit, as long as they have quality work, according to their mission statement.
Title: Mormon.org Website
Mormon.org serves as a informational website for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The site is designed for people who may not be very familiar with the Church or its doctrines. The website was redesigned in 2010 to focus on individual Church members, showing thousands who share experience with the LDS faith, according the http://newsroom.lds.org/article/mormon-org-winner-prestigious-web-award LDS newsroom.
Title: Pure Management Group Website
Pure Management Group is a nightlife and restaurant company. Most of the company's locations are in Las Vegas, Nev., according to their website.
Title: Create Your Own Comic Microsite
This website is part of Marvelkids.com. It allows children to create comic strips or full comic books featuring young versions of Marvel comic book characters.
Title: Zoobles Experiential Website
Zoobles are toys released in Fall 2010. The sphere shaped characters each have their own "environment" where they live called "Happitats." The toys are connected to the award-winning website that allows children to unlock special features for their new toys.
Title: Envelopes.com Website
This website has, of course, envelopes. The company boasts a wide variety of envelopes from standard sizes to hard-to-find items, according to Envelopes.com website.
Title: Zappos.com Website
This online company originally sold shoes, but later expanded into clothing and accessories. Zappos.com joined Amazon.com in 2009 and restructured in 2010 to provide the "best service possible," according to their website.
Title: Odosketch Website
Odopod, a San Francisco-based digital brand agency, launched odosketch in 2005, according to their website. The flash-based site creates an interactive canvas, which allows users to sketch with different colors and brush sizes.
Title: DeFilarmonie for Kids Website
This website is an interactive children's site for the Royal Flemish Philharmonic. The site teaches children more about the orchestra and the importance of music.