News / Sensory Interactive Earns Another Award for Zuckerberg San Francisco General Project

Our interactive donor recognition wall at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center earned another industry award this week. This time it was a 2017 Elevate Award, presented by the Interactive Customer Experience Association for excellence in interactive customer experience technologies.

The project received the award for Best Interactive Customer Experience Deployment in the Healthcare category. The panel of industry experts and journalists that selected the winners had the following to say about the project:

Visually jaw dropping! I would love to see this one in person.

Really a terrific deployment in an area where it would be very easy to misstep.

The Interactive Customer Experience Association honored the award winners at a ceremony in Dallas, Texas, held in conjunction with this year’s ICX Summit. Sensory Interactive Director of Design and Strategy Greg Giordano and Scott Creevy of AVI Systems (pictured above) accepted the award on behalf of the team.

We would like to thank the entire team that made this project possible, including Sensory Interactive staff members Tony Kaiser, Tracy Geraldez, Laine Hardy, Greg Giordano, Chris Graefe, and Jason Cox; consultants Touch To and Brown, Inc.; hardware suppliers Christie Digital and AVI Systems; Fong & Chan Architects; and the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation, particularly Molly Carter and Amanda Heier.

This project also received a Silver award in the DSE APEX Awards earlier this year.