Figure 1 Nominated for Webby Award

We are pleased and honored to announce that Figure 1 has been nominated for a Webby Award in the category of Best App in the Experimental & Innovation category.

As a nominee, our work has been singled out by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADS) as one of the five best in the world in its category and is competing for the internet’s two most coveted awards: The Webby Award and The Webby People’s Voice Award.

At Figure 1, our vision is to create the world’s most valuable and innovative platform for medical knowledge sharing, discovery, and collaboration. This nomination is confirmation that we are doing just that. Winning this award would mark a milestone in our mission to democratize medical knowledge and improve the future of healthcare.

While The Webby Award is chosen by the Academy, the People’s Voice Award is voted on by the public. 

If you’d like to support the work we do that helps change people’s lives, please consider casting a vote. Voting is open now through April 21. 

About Figure 1

Figure 1 is the world’s leading platform for medical case-based knowledge sharing and collaboration. With over 3 million registered members in 190 countries worldwide, the platform allows healthcare professionals of all kinds — from medical students to physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, etc. — to safely and securely collaborate on cases to lower costs and improve patient outcomes.

About The Webby Awards

Hailed as the “internet’s highest honor” by The New York Times, The Webby Awards is the leading international awards organization honoring excellence on the Internet, including Websites and Mobile Sites; Video; Advertising, Media and PR; Apps & Software, Social; Podcasts; Games and Virtual & Remote. Established in 1996, the awards received more than 14,300 entries from all 50 states and 70 countries worldwide this year. 

Published April 6, 2022


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