I won an APEX Award. Can I use the APEX logo in my print or Web publications or on my website, blog, Facebook page or other social media?
Award-winners receive a printed logo stat with their award(s).
If you need an electronic GIF version of the APEX 2013 logo (or earlier versions) to post on your Web or intranet site, here's how to download it.
How to download the logo:
Place your mouse cursor (pointer) over this logo, click (Macintosh) or right-click (PC) and hold down until a dialog box appears. Then choose the "Download Image to Disk" or "Save picture (or image) as..." option, to save the GIF file to your computer.
Depending on your computer and/or browser, simply clicking or double-clicking on the desired file may open it. You can then drag the logo to your desktop. If you use the APEX logo online or on your website, we'd appreciate a link to the APEX website:
You can simply copy and paste this html code into your website to link to our site:
The APEX Awards for Publication Excellence logo is a registered trademark owned by Communications Concepts, Inc.
The website, www.apexawards.com, is a registered website owned by Communications Concepts, Inc.
Permission is hereby given to winners in APEX 2013 and all previous years to display print and electronic versions of the APEX logo in their winning print and electronic publications, and Web/intranet sites.
APEX Award Winners also may display the logo when referencing their winning entries -- for example, when mentioning a winning newsletter or magazine entry in their annual report; or a winning brochure or communications campaign on their website.
Only APEX 2014 Winners may display the APEX 2014 Logo
• APEX entrants automatically receive an email receipt upon payment for entries. However, if you need an additional receipt for your entries, just complete the easy online receipt form.
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WINNING IDEAS FROM APEX
See top award-winning APEX entries below.
McKnight's Staff, McKnight's Long-Term Care News, Northfield, IL ...
"You could get lost in this homepage, and happily so. It's huge, and the visually interesting layout (nothing 'trick', mind you) contains an enormous depth and range of topics as you scroll down the very long page. In theory, so much data on a home page shouldn't work, but it does. Each story offers both a functional, descriptive head and a short deck to give readers a quick sense of the article. Pros in this field can keep their finger on the pulse just by skimming the homepage. But, of course, many drill through to read the full articles -- the whole point -- and other site resources, easily tapped via the drop down menus."