Professionally Speaking, a RadonicRodgers publication design for the Ontario College of Teachers, wrapped up another impressive awards season with a Silver and two Honourable Mentions at the US-based Tabbie Awards.
With nearly 400 entrants vying for international accolades, Teaching without Schools: Haiti after the Earthquake, picked up a Silver for the Design of an Opening Page or Spread. Reacting to the heartbreaking layout, judges remarked, “Great spread, wonderful photograph that grabs your attention. The text is simple and to the point. Nice design.”
This issue was also one of only three to receive an Honourable Mention for its front-cover photograph.
It is the fifth year in a row that the magazine has emerged a winner at the Tabbies, the international competition for trade, association and business publications.
The magazine design also won several Kenneth R. Wilson (KRW) awards in Canadian business journalism.
Professionally Speaking and its sister French-language publication Pour parler profession took home a Gold, a Silver and two Honourable Mention awards during the June presentation at the Carlu in Toronto.
The KRW Awards were founded by the Canadian Business Press in 1954 to provide annual recognition for achievement in professional and business-to-business publications across Canada.