Catching Up With Webby Winners
Meet the minds behind Webby-winning work in Catching Up With Webby Winners, our ongoing video series with Dell. Find out what inspired their projects and learn about the technology and creativity that continues to fuel their work. Watch a few of our favorites below and see the rest here.
As digital director of the Internet Association, Nika Nour represents Internet companies on Capitol Hill and strives to maintain an open and free Web. Watch her share how a passion for Internet freedom has fueled her Webby-winning work.
Greg Pembroke turned a toddler’s tears into a viral sensation. Watch him share how his project went from a personal blog followed by friends and family into a global phenomenon that has captured the hearts of millions worldwide.
David Graham, a senior editor of The Atlantic’s Politics section, talks about why he loves working for a publication that focuses on excellence in journalism. Watch and learn how a 19th-century publication has become a Web leader.
What’s been the secret to the success of “After Hours”? It all started with self-indulgence, according to Daniel O’Brien, the head writer and creative director of video. Watch Daniel and Soren Bowie, Cracked’s senior editor, share the 5-million-view magic behind producing episodes like Why ‘Back to the Future’ Is Secretly Horrifying.
Farah Miller, executive editor of HuffPost Family & Relationships, shares how HuffPost Parents gives parents a place to learn and reflect online. Watch and learn how a viral post, called “How to Talk to Little Girls,” convinced Farah and her team that there was a content void for parents — and how they successfully filled it.
Sumit Mehra admits he hadn’t even heard of the Paleo diet until blogger and chef Michelle Tam contacted Y Media Labs “out of the blue.” Watch and learn how they worked together to build an immersive, highly rated, best-selling tablet cookbook app.
With more than 1.2 million Facebook likes, 207,000 Instagram followers and 784,000 Twitter followers, the Met is clearly doing something right when it comes to social media. Taylor Newby, the museum’s online community manager shares the elements of their success.
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