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06.04.2016

We are Nominees for The 20th Annual Webby Award – in 3 Categories!

Miniatur Wunderland Trek has been nominated in the category Advertising: Tourism & Leisure (bit.ly/1Wc1ipc) Google Treks El Capitan is nominee in two categories: Web – Best User Interface (bit.ly/1qrazOq) & Best Visual Design (bit.ly/1qs69Xk)

Ubilabs has been selected as a Nominee for the renowned Webby Award 2016! Our work has been picked out as one of the five best in the world in its category. Our entries are competing for the Internet's two most coveted awards: The Webby and The Webby People's Voice Award.

Two of our recently published projects have been selected to compete in three categories:

Miniatur Wunderland Trek in the Advertising: Tourism & Leisure category  

Google Treks: El Capitan in the Web: Best User Interface category

Google Treks: El Capitan in the Web: Best Visual Design - Function category

Climb El Capitan and visit Miniatur Wunderland

Google Trek El Capitan is the first vertical Street View. We teamed up with the content production studio Sender + Big UP from Boulder, CO to document extreme athletes climbing El Capitan's famous route "The Nose" in Yosemite National Park. Google Trek Miniatur Wunderland brings Street View to the eye level of the tiny inhabitants of the world's most popular miniature railway. In order to capture the tiny landscapes and cities, we built a new camera system that is small enough to be transported on a tiny train.

Do you care? Vote and share

And now we need your support: Vote for us for the Miniatur Wunderland Trek and the User Interface of El Capitan as well as for the Visual Design of El Capitan and help us to win The Webby People's Voice Award. If you don’t manage to do it right now, voting is open until Thursday, April 21st at 11:59 PM/PST. Winners will be announced on April 26, 2016 and honored at a star-studded ceremony on May 16, 2016 in New York City. 

Please feel free to share this news with your friends via Twitter and Google+.

Thank you for voting & sharing – and fingers crossed!