We had the opportunity to work with ESPN on a number of projects over the last year. Back in April, one of our projects was nominated for an award for the annual Society of Publication Designers contest. It was put into a category with the likes of FiveThirtyEight and National Geographic for digital platform information graphics.

We're super psyched and truly honored to have had the chance to build such an awesome mini application for ESPN that was nominated for the prestigious award.

You can see all of our recent projects with ESPN:

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