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Communication Arts Selects Newly Redesigned as Webpick of the Day The re-designed website launched in summer 2014.

San Francisco—11 September 2014

Communications Arts, the leading journal for visual communications, has named as Webpick of the Day.

Dolby’s new responsively designed website features a contemporary design, giving consumers and B2B visitors an engaging look into how Dolby Laboratories makes audio, cinema, and imaging experiences more captivating, more productive, and more powerful. Dolby’s marketing team partnered with Nurun to create an innovative web platform that effectively delivers compelling brand and product stories. One of the main goals of the redesign project was to bring complex sound technologies to life in a visually intriguing and simplistic manner. The underlying design principle of the new site was to deliver educational and entertaining content in “snackable bites.”

Communication Arts’ Webpicks feature outstanding examples of Web design selected based on a combination of superior aesthetics, technical expertise, functionality, and overall site experience.

“The new showcases Dolby’s robust product offering, and will help consumers better understand how Dolby innovations can improve their audio and video experiences,” said Tim Barber, EVP, Executive Creative Director at Nurun’s San Franciso office. “We’re extremely proud to have our work recognized, and we look forward to continue working with Dolby to create world-class digital experiences.”

Founded in 1958, Communication Arts showcases the current best in design, advertising, illustration, photography, interactive media and typography.

About Nurun
Nurun is a global design and technology consultancy that works with some of the world’s most innovative companies. We create products and services for the connected world through a combination of human insight, new technology and smart thinking. Clients include Adidas, BBVA, Bouygues Telecom, Coca-Cola, Electronic Arts, General Electric, Google, The Home Depot, Tesla Motors, Sony, and Walmart.

Headquartered in Montréal and with 11 offices across North America, Europe, and Asia, Nurun has multidisciplinary teams of more than 1,100 anthropologists, designers, strategists, and software engineers. For more information or to find our latest insights, visit

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