Awards Honoring Our Design
Received April 5, 1999
The Sterling Gold Award
Congratulations, I was
very impressed with your site. You have won the Gold, the most prestigious
Sterling Award. Your site is indeed the "best of the best" and we are
humbled and truly honored that you have chosen to apply for our award.
You make us say, "We wish we could do that." Approximately 2% of all
sites will receive this award.
Sterling Stevens - Sterling Webdesigns
Received June 12, 1999
This Site Bytes Award
Congratulations you have
won the prestigious "This Site Bytes Award"! Thank you for giving us
the opportunity to review your site. We found it to fit our criteria and are
pleased to be able to put you on the winners page and share your site with the
Digital Divas Award Panel
Received December 15, 2000
Design 481 Quite Cool Award
A great helpware site,
featuring good design, useful help, and a good measure of humor.
Tim Medora -
Received May 6, 1999
Pure Illusion's Award of Excellence
Pure Illusion Awards. We are honored to inform you that you have won the
"AWARD OF EXCELLENCE." None of our awards are easy to win and you
should feel honored to have received this recognition of your hard work. Currently
only 17% of the people that apply for our awards win. Only 4% of the people
applying win an Excellence award. You have done a fine job. Your hard work and
pride show and it is an honor for me to present you and your website with this
Sandy Groff - Pure Illusion Awards
Received April 9, 2000
TGDesign Inc. Designers Arrow Award
Your site has won the
Designers Arrow Award for superior web site design and content. You have an
interesting and useful web site with easily defined navigation. I enjoyed my
stay at your site. I ended up doing more than judging your site I mixed
browsing in as well. I enjoyed the content very much. Your site
is one of the best html guide sites I have seen and is greatly deserving of the
accolades you have received.
Alfred Norman - TGDesign Inc.
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