Corra Wins 2016 WebAward for Worth New York

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We are doing a victory lap over our latest big win: Corra took home our 3rd WebAward for our work on the ecommerce site for Worth New York!

The WebAwards, hosted by the Web Marketing Association, recognize the companies that create and develop today’s best websites. Nominees for the award are evaluated based on 7 criteria: Design, Innovation, Content, Technology, Interactivity, Copywriting and Ease of Use. For scoring top marks in each area, Worth New York was awarded the level of Outstanding Website in the Fashion & Beauty category.

This award is a testament the craftsmanship and quality that the Corra team brings to each project and each client. After taking home WebAwards in 2014 for YETI Coolers and in 2015 for Jomashop, we are proud to once again receive this recognition from the Web Marketing Association.

Congratulations to Worth New York and to the project team!


For 20 years our strategists, engineers, and UX designers have been building leading-edge ecommerce sites. From the cloud to the edge, we’ll help you make smart decisions and speed time-to-value, whether you’re building from scratch or moving to a new platform.

Corra is a global agency that builds the world’s fastest and most flexible digital storefronts for growing brands. We’re leaders in headless and composable commerce development, backed by gold-standard post-launch support. Through technical expertise, creative vision, and collaborative strategy, we help clients digitally transform to meet the evolving needs of their customers, adding value from day one. With headquarters in New York and hubs in 12 cities across three continents, Corra is uniquely positioned to support clients around the world and around the clock.

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