November 30, 2003

Kim Goodman, of the University of North Texas Health Science Center, has received a Gold Award from the World Wide Web Awards Association for the website she created for the UNTHSC Office of Biomedical Communications.

Goodman has worked as a graphic arts specialist in Biomedical Communications for two years. Prior to joining the health science center, she owned a website development company for six years. Goodman has 15 years experience in graphic design and digital media, including print, website design, multimedia presentation and interactive CD development.

The WWW Awards Association sponsors the competition with the American Association of Webmasters.

Award winners are recognized for creating quality web sites, using their own brand of style, creativity and content. According to the WWW Awards Association, the Gold Award represents â??The World’s Best Sites.â? A panel of judges has rated the website with 90 to 100 points. â??The Gold Award site represents at least 95 percent of original content and creativity and provides outstanding design and layout of website,â? according to the association.

Click here to view the award-winning website. www.hsc.unt.edu/biomed


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