Great Barrington, Mass. (Sept. 20, 2022) — Community Health Programs’ new website, chpberkshires.org, has won an award in the GDUSA American Graphic Design Awards competition in the category of health and wellness design.
Designed by Elizabeth DeMarco of Bookmarc Creative in Pittsfield, chpberkshires.org brings up-to-date user technology and resources to CHP patients, prospective employees, donors, and community partners. The website is fully searchable, with translation features and accessibility tools for site visitors with visual challenges.
“CHPBerkshires.org is a beautiful new site that elevates the public face of CHP in general and its specific practice locations and clinicians throughout the Berkshires,” said Ellen Lahr, CHP senior director of communications and marketing. “Access to health care starts with information that’s easy to find and navigate, and we believe this website does the job.”
This recent award is the 63rd award Bookmarc Creative has received since 2009.
Now in its 59th year, GDUSA American Graphic Design Awards™ competitions are open to the design community nationwide. The annual GDUSA Health+Wellness Design Awards™ is a niche competition that honors graphic design excellence in the important and high-profile healthcare arena.
Fewer than 10 percent of the thousands of competition entries receive awards.