WASHINGTON, June 14, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Adayana Government Group (AGG) recently won seven 2013 American Inhouse Design Awards for design work created for several federal government clients. Gordon Kaye, Editor of Graphic Design USA, said, "The 2013 awards program honors the best and brightest designers working within corporations and institutions today ... There were more than 4,000 entries."
AGG won five awards in the "Logos and Symbols" category. Three of those logos were created to promote internal awareness of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's capabilities. The fourth award was for the U.S. Social Security Administration's (SSA) Learning Management System (LMS) logo. The new identity was created to increase brand awareness and recognition of the program among SSA employees. The last award in the "Logos and Symbols" category was for the logo redesign of a 10-year old U.S. Postal Service (USPS) "Safety Depends on Me" brand. Adayana leveraged the existing brand's credibility and provided a fresh perspective to the identity of the program. Another award was given to AGG for a poster developed under the USPS "Safety Depends on Me" campaign. The poster was developed to promote safety awareness for a variety of topics from aggressive dogs to warehouse safety.
The last award AGG won was for the production of a U.S. Department of Homeland Security/US-VISIT recruitment video that supported training goals in recruitment, on-boarding, and succession planning. The video elevated US-VISIT's presence as an employer of choice and positioned the agency to attract top biometrics talent.
"We are delighted to be named one of the winners of the American Inhouse Design Awards," said Jeff Kidwell, President of Adayana Government Group. "These awards validate the high-quality marketing and communications work we do for our federal clients."
About Adayana Government Group
Adayana Government Group (http://www.adayana.com/government), headquartered in Falls Church, VA, is an industry leader in human capital training solutions and consulting services. Over the past 17 years, AGG has delivered innovative, customized, and award-winning learning solutions to more than 65 federal agencies. We partner with federal organizations to solve their most pressing training challenges with end-to-end custom solutions, including learning strategy, learning product design and development, and learning technologies.
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