National Addy Award

National Addy Award

After receiving awards at the local and regional ADDY competitions, Neo-Pangea received countrywide recognition when they were presented a National Silver ADDY Award for their National Geographic Channel "Aftermath" Timeline.

This interactive timeline was created to promote National Geographic Channel's "Aftermath" special, a look at what would happen to the Earth if all of the humans were to suddenly disappear. This evolving timeline consists of a landscape that features wildlife, a house, a nuclear reactor, a car, and a distant city. As the user scrolls down the timeline into a future with no humans; different animals became dominant, the buildings and car deteriorate, and the nuclear reactor melts down and crumbles.

"This award is a little bit bittersweet for me," Neo-Pangea Baron of Pixels Brett Bagenstose exclaimed. "On one hand, I'm truly proud of our team and what we've accomplished. On the other, I was extremely disappointed to learn there isn't an Intergalactic ADDY Award Competition."

"I've always wanted to put Jupiter in their place," Bagenstose added.

Given out by the American Advertising Federation, the ADDY Awards are considered to be "the industry's largest and most comprehensive program for recognizing creative excellence." The awards are voted on by a panel of renowned creative directors from some of the world's most prestigious advertising agencies. Nationwide, the competition consists of over 50,000 entries spread out over 200 cities.

Based in West Reading, Pennsylvania, Neo-Pangea is an innovative agency that specializes in digital video and audio productions, Web design, interactive experiences, and live multimedia performances. It has created successful promotions for Fortune 100 brands such as Wal-Mart, Comcast, Nike, and the National Geographic Channel.

For more information on Neo-Pangea, visit www.neo-pangea.com.

For more information on the ADDY Awards, visit www.aaf.org.

To view NeoPangea's interactive "Aftermath" timeline, visit http://demo.neo-pangea.com/archive/natgeo/aftermath/