2010 Webby Awards

The 14th annual 2010 Webby Awards were held in New York City on June 14, 2010. They were hosted by comedian B. J. Novak,[1] and the lifetime achievement award was given to Vinton Cerf.[2] The awards were judged by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.[3]

The set design for the show was provided by Tribal DDB Worldwide in an attempt to change the show's image by emphasizing the competitive nature of the awards, calling the ceremony "The Battle for Web Supremacy." EastMedia also altered the website to reflect The People's Voice campaign. As a result, the number of popular votes this year exceeded 900,000 and there were over 1 million site views (10% from social media).[4] As in previous years, the awards ceremony was made available for viewers via the official Webby YouTube channel.[1]

Nominees and winners

(from http://www.webbyawards.com/winners/2010)
Category Webby Award winner People's Voice winner Other nominees
Games Record Tripping

(Archived 7 August 2010 via Wayback)
Bell Brothers


(Archived 22 May 2010 via Wayback)


(Archived 14 June 2010 via Wayback)
Semi Secret Software


(Archived 17 June 2010 via Wayback)
Amanita Design

Monopoly City Streets

(Archived 8 April 2010 via Wayback)
Tribal DDB London

Games-Related TheBeatlesRockBand.com

(Archived 12 June 2010 via Wayback)
Harmonix Music Systems, Inc.

Game Informer

(Archived 17 June 2010 via Wayback)
Game Informer Magazine

BioShock 2

(Archived 18 June 2010 via Wayback)
Rokkan / 2K Games


(Archived 14 June 2010 via Wayback)
GameFly, Inc.

Guitar Hero Global Franchise Hub

(Archived 10 September 2011 via Wayback)
BLITZ Agency

Interactive Advertising - Game or Application BMW Z4 Augmented Reality

(Archived 21 June 2010 via Wayback)

Red Bull Soapbox Racer

(Archived 22 July 2010 via Wayback)
Less Rain GmbH

Leroy Smith Game

(Archived 15 June 2010 via Wayback)

The GTI Project

(Archived 18 April 2010 via Wayback)
Tribal DDB London

Verbatim Championship


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Winners and nominees are generally named according to the organization or website winning the award, although the recipient is, technically, the web design firm or internal department that created the winning site and in the case of corporate websites, the designer's client. Web links are provided for informational purposes, both in the most recently available archive.org version before the awards ceremony and, where available, the current website. Many older websites no longer exist, are redirected, or have been substantially redesigned.

  1. Staff. "99designs.com Wins People's Voice Webby." Manufacturing Close-Up. 13 May 2010.
  2. Coyle, Jake. "Ebert among Webby Award winners." Charleston Daily Mail. 5 May 2010.
  3. Staff. "Roger Ebert, Jim Carrey among Webby Award winners." AP Online. 4 May 2010.
  4. Gordon, Rose. "Showcasing creative solutions: The Webby Awards." DM News. 23 August 2010.
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