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DDB Worldwide Nominated for 14 Webbys

Voting is open to the public until April 19th

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DDB Worldwide has received 14 nominees to the 2018 Webby Awards, with four additional ideas earning honorable mentions. Winners are decided by public voting, which is open until April 19th. The winners will be celebrated at a live event in May in New York City, details to be announced.

DDB&Tribal Amsterdam have received the most nominations from the DDB network for their work with five total and two Honoree distinctions. DDB Paris follows with three nominations, and DDB New Zealand and We Are Unlimited after with two each. You can find the full list below.

Five nominees have been selected in each category by members of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. Two Webby Awards will then be presented in each category: a winner chosen by the Academy and a People’s Voice Award selected by the online community.

You can support our teams by using the links below to vote for DDB’s amazing nominated campaigns.

The Webby Awards is the leading international award honoring excellence on the internet. To view all of the 2018 Webby Awards nominees click here.

Congratulations to all our nominees & honorees!

DDB&Tribal Amsterdam

NOMINEE Advertising (Best Use of Data Driven Media) | Heineken A ‘Dam Fresh Heineken

NOMINEE Advertising (Best Event Activation) | KLM Connecting Seats

NOMINEE Film & Video Branded Entertainment (Live Experiences) | KLM Bonding Buffet

NOMINEE Mobile Sites & Apps (Public Service & Activism) | Vodafone Get the Flow

NOMINEE Mobile Sites & Apps (Best Use of Mobile Media) | Vodafone Get the Flow

Honoree Film & Video Branded Entertainment (Live Experiences) | Volkswagen Floating Passengers

Honoree Mobile Sites & Apps (Best Use of GPS or Location Technology) | KLM Care Tag

DDB Paris

NOMINEE Advertising-Branded Content (Media & Entertainment) | Ubisoft A World With No Heroes

NOMINEE Websites-Features & Design (Best Use of Animation or Motion Graphics) | Scars

NOMINEE Websites-Features & Design (Best Use of Animation or Motion Graphics) | A World With No Heroes

DDB Group New Zealand

NOMINEE Advertising (Best Use of Machine Learning) | Re:scam – the A.I. Bot that Responds to Scam Emails

NOMINEE Advertising Craft (Best Copywriting) | Re:scam – the A.I. Bot that Responds to Scam Emails

Honoree Websites (News & Politics) | New Zealand Herald Re-Design

We Are Unlimited Chicago

NOMINEE Advertising (Real-Time Response Campaign) | McDonald’s Szechuan Sauce Returns

NOMINEE Advertising-Media (Best Use of Earned Media) | McDonald’s Szechuan Sauce Returns

DDB Stockholm

NOMINEE Websites (Banking) | Klarna

DDB San Francisco/Tribal Worldwide

NOMINEE Websites (Green) | Energy Upgrade California

Verba DDB Group Italy

Honoree Film & Video Branded Entertainment (Individual Performance) | Trust Race

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