The 2021 MUSE Creative Awards and MUSE Design Awards have officially closed. With over 3,942 global entries, the competition has shown itself to be one of the leading programs in honoring creative and design excellence.
This year, the Silver award has been granted to Rareview for their design and creative work with ThedaCare. “It’s a privilege to be recognized by MUSE for this work,” said Chuck Pearson, CEO of Rareview. “It’s been a labor of love and I’m very proud of our entire team here at Rareview and the great people at ThedaCare. This truly was a partnership and a joint effort to design and build something modern in the healthcare space.”
The MUSE Awards is a series of international competitions hosted by the International Awards Associate (IAA), catering to professionals from various industries in hopes of promoting excellence in their respective fields. “There is a saying that ‘there is nothing new under the sun’,” said Kenjo Ong, CEO of IAA. “It couldn’t be any further from the truth – there is always something fresh and exciting from the competitors every year.”
IAA ensures impartiality and strict assessment criteria by setting up a jury made up of industry professionals who exhibit high standards of excellence.
Every single entry is evaluated using standards found in their respective industries to ensure impartiality, blind judging is exercised, and jurors are only able to assess each entry purely on its own merits.
“Our platform exists to promote and encourage excellence in different bodies of professionals in varying industries,” Ong said. “Given the recent pandemic, the team in IAA is continuously humbled by the sheer perseverance and willpower shown by people in overcoming the odds in their respective industries. As long as this platform exists, we will continue to sing praises of those who in adversity displayed their mettle, embodying excellence regardless of their environment.”
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