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Award-winning Joomla web site featured by Apple in the new iPad campaign

Written by | Sunday, 01 April 2012 00:00 | Published in 2012 April
At the 2011 Joomla! Open Source Creative and Artistic Recognition Awards or J!OSCARS, the Guggeneheim Art Museum received a well-deserved nod for best non-profit web site.
Award-winning Joomla web site featured by Apple in the new iPad campaign Credit: Apple.com

It was thus no surprise when Apple included guggenheim.org in its refreshed campaign to showcase the features of the new iPad. 

As you can see here and on the Apple web site, the Guggenheim web site is displayed on the iPad in the 4G LTE section.

You certainly don’t need 4G speed to view a Joomla web site, but Apple is correct — The Guggenheim looks great, and loads fast on the iPad, and indeed on all devices.

Perhaps more importantly, anything can happen once you win a J!OSCAR, and you can’t win if you are not nominated!

The J!OSCARS are given annually at the J and Beyond conference and nominations can be made directly on the J and Beyond web site.

Nominations close on April 27.

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Victor Drover

Victor Drover

Victor has been using Joomla since the very beginning and is the Founder and CEO of Anything Digital, a well-known Joomla development shop based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

You probably know him best from the popular products in his portfolio such as sh404SEFJCal ProAgora forumAdvanced Search and Josetta.

Victor is a volunteer in the Joomla project and has been a member of the JED team since December 2009. He has helped organize the J and Beyond developer conference since January 2011.

Victor holds a B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D in Biochemistry and previously held an Assistant Professorship at the Medical College of Wisconsin where he studied the metabolism of dietary fat in the development of obesity and diabetes. He published a number of papers in this area as well as authoring a book chapter in the field of heart disease. In 2010, Victor retired from academics to devote his efforts to Joomla full-time.

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