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A selection of award-winning Readymag projects (plus a tongue-in-cheek bonus!)

Our users have always worked at the forefront of web design, resulting in a number of accolades and wider recognition. Here are some award-winning projects created with Readymag.

Peter Lindbergh

A commemorative page for the famous fashion photographer, who died in 2019, this project by Obys creative agency received the CSS Design Award for UI/UX Innovation and an honorable mention at AWWWARDS. It was also the site of the day on AWWWARDS, FWA, and CSS Design Awards.


A biographical long read dedicated to the life and death of film director Stanley Kubrick, created by Tubik agency. received multiple awards, like the director himself, including recognition from the Red Dot Design Awards, Webpicks, Webby, and the AWWWARDS Developer Award.

Longshot Features

The incredible portfolio of LA-based creative studio Curate Labs offers a strong focus on cinema, winning a turn as Site of the Month from CSS Winner as well as the site of the day by AWWWARDS.


An inventive studio website for Peruvian creative studio Mengana, this project won a gold medal at the Latin American Design Awards in 2019.

Many Readymag projects were also featured by The FWA, AWWWARDS or CSS Awards. Here are some of their other recent picks:

Nikolaus Lauda by Obys Agency

Elena Saharova’s Portfolio

Readymag Projects of the Year 2019

Illuminating Radioactivity by Tubik Studio

I Type NY by Groznov (make sure your sound is on!)

Headless Horse Studio Website

Bonus: Awards are great, but it’s important not to be overly fixated. WAAITT, a design studio from Copenhagen, promotes itself in its Readymag-based portfolio as a “non-award-winning creative agency.” High five!

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