Friday, September 21, 2007

Summit Creative Awards Recognize Two Clients

OHO received three awards from the 13th Annual Summit Awards. Two awards for the Healthy Futures website OnMyLevel ( and one award for Tarara Winery in Northern Virginia (

The highly decorated OnMyLevel site was given a gold award in the Youth Audience Website category and a silver award in the Consumer Service Website category. The web site for Tarara winery was honored with a bronze award in the Retail Website category. The Tarara site is loaded with back-end and interactive features developed by OHO: an online store, ContentBridge content management, and an e-newsletter package based on MediaBridge.

The winners were selected from over 5,000 entries and judged on: strength of concept, quality of execution, and an ability to communicate and persuade. The final selections were made by an international judging panel.


Monday, September 10, 2007

Best in Category Award from Horizon Interactive Awards

OHO snagged top-honors in the 6th annual Horizon Interactive Awards with a Best in Category recognition for the On My Level web site ( The site was recognized in the Education and Training category. The Best in Category Award was selected from the sites recognized in the Gold category.

OHO also picked up two bronze awards for in the Business-to-Business category and for Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital ( in the Consumer category.

Entries were judged by an international panel of industry professionals in the interactive media industry and by a panel of end-users. Judges looked for the best blend of creativity and functionality. The entries were judged on:
  • Solution creativity and originality
  • Overall user experience
  • Communication of message
  • Technical merit
  • Effectiveness of solution


Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Government Web Site Launched for City of Jersey City

After four months of development, the City of Jersey City launched their new web site The mayor launched the site today and promoted many of the new interactive features. OHO developed the site using a Microsoft .NET platform and content management solution for easy integration with the city's existing IT infrastructure. We also took the city through an information architecture and design process. Read what the press is already saying about the site.

OHO has also developed web sites for other regional and governmental agencies such as Homes for Good and the Loudoun Convention and Visitor Association in Virginia.