Not To Brag, But…

2015 Gold Site bug
Dragonfly is the proud recipient of yet another round of awards for our exceptional writing, editing, and design work.
The Hermes Creative Awards is an international competition for creative pros of all stripes. Each year, corporate marketing and communication departments, ad agencies, PR firms, graphic design shops, production companies, web and digital creators, and freelancers from around the world all throw their hats in the ring. The competition is administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals.
Hermes just announced their 2015 awardees—and we’re a winner twice over.
Here’s what we won:
The Gold Award for Tracking Changes, the quarterly newsletter of the American Copy Editors Society (ACES). I’m a member of the ACES Executive Committee and have recently started serving as managing editor of the journal. ACES members write  content for the journal, and we handle production end to end. Special thanks go to Lexy Nesbitt, Mary Dixon, and Anna Bentley for graphics, writing, and proofreading work, respectively.
An Honorable Mention for “Exceptional research should have no limits,” a feature article published in the Spring 2015 issue of ACS Excellence. Excellence is the magazine of the American Chemical Society’s Publications group. The article gave the lowdown on ACS’ new, groundbreaking open-access journal. Major kudos go to Bethany Meisinger-Reiff, who interviewed the journal’s editor-in-chief and wrote the feature.
We’re especially excited about these awards because these are both new projects—and new clients—for Dragonfly. I’m happy to see us expanding our horizons and taking on new challenges—while delivering truly world-class work.
Samantha Enslen runs Dragonfly Editorial.


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