VIVE receives honoree mention at Webby Awards 2024 for "Cultural Institution" category

VIVE - Vittoriano and Palazzo Venezia received an honoree mention for the "Cultural Institution" category at the Webby Awards 2024

VIVE - Vittoriano and Palazzo Venezia website has won honoree mention for the "Cultural Institution" category at the Webby Awards 2024, the top international award dedicated to global excellence in digital design organized by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS) in New York. The Webby Awards each year honor the world's best digital projects and for this reason also often referred to as the "Oscars of the Web."

VIVE has previously won "Honorees" in the "Cultural Institutions" category, where it competed with the Smithsonian National Museum of Asian Art, among others.
The proclamation of the 2024 edition was held in New York on May 13.

This is a significant achievement that confirms the role of excellence played by VIVE within the international cultural landscape, including through its communication tools. In 2023, the website recorded more than 215 thousand unique users.

"The VIVE is an institution with very ancient roots, yet constantly evolving and keeping up with the times: its commitment and seriousness in maintaining a high, indeed very high, standard of quality in the world of digital is proof of this - declared Edith Gabrielli, Director of the VIVE - Vittoriano and Palazzo Venezia - After all, offering our visitors experiences with impeccable, innovative and engaging content is one of our primary goals. The result in the 28th edition of the Webby Awards recognizes our dedication to creating remarkable content from a popular and communicative point of view, the result of deep scientific work, able to connect our audience with the art, history and culture of our Institute, which is then also the history of our Nation. Being considered among the best in the world in the field of digital design, together with NASA and other prestigious international institutions, represents an honor for us and for anyone in Italy who believes in the ability to hold traditional content and digital innovation together. This important achievement encourages us to continue offering cutting-edge interactive services."

In the international scenario, VIVE's website confirms itself as a best practice in terms of user experience, accessibility and design, also thanks to the digital agency Vergani&Gasco, which created it, and the TassinariVetta studio, which took care of its graphic design, both national excellence in the field of digital communication and design for culture.

As part of this 28th edition, selected by a jury of specialists out of about 13 thousand projects from over 70 states, VIVE was also nominated in the "Government & Associations" category competing with, among others, the likes of NASA and the U.S. League of Women Voters Education Fund. A great success, then, in terms of prestige and excellence of our Made in Italy.