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Madison, WI – -- The Internet Professional Publishers Association has bestowed top honors upon CPID & Associates for their work on the Monona Terrace web site. One of the most distinguished awards in the Internet industry, other recipients of the IPPA Design Excellence Award for a Commercial Site include Cosmopolitan Online, ABC.com, National Geographic and Harley-Davidson. In the IPPA's review of the site, the judges stated that "…All in all, the Monona Terrace site is stunning in its revolutionary approach...

[ Flad & Associates ] From designing Genentech in San Francisco to Bayer in Connecticut, the architecture firm of Flad & Associates has been a leader in the industry for over 70 years. When it came time to improve their leadership online, they turned to CPID. [ Situation ] Flad and Associates knew that it was time for an online upgrade. As a pioneer in the architecture field, Flad wanted a site that would compliment their history and experience. In preparation for the...

Christopher Parr, Madison web designer and the creator of the award-winning Cybermad, was the cover story on the Oct 31st, 1996 edition of Wisconsin State Journal's Rhythm Magazine (an arts and entertainment weekly magazine). Interviewed by Wisconsin State Journal journalist Tom Alesia, Christopher talks about Cybermad winning the "Best of the Net" award at Macworld 1996. An award-winning playwright and screenwriter, Christopher Parr received his MFA in Dramatic Writing from Brandeis University, Boston. CPID was created as a combination of...

Christopher Parr, Madison web designer and the creator of the award-winning Cybermad, was awarded the "Best Site of the Year" at Boston's MacWorld Expo 1996. Before the media dubbed this format an "e-zine," there was CyberMad, our online entertainment project from 1996. It received every award in the world, featured in magazines, books and on TV, and received the 1996 NetBest Award for Best Site. USA Today, Microsoft, author Douglas Coupland, Wired, C|NET, and NetGuide are only a handful of the...