The new tourism website for McCurtain County, Oklahoma has been named a Webpick of the Day by the prestigious Communication Arts magazine’s online companion, Commarts.com.
Visitmccurtaincounty.com was designed and developed by Cubic, a creative agency headquartered in Tulsa, OK that specializes in destination marketing. The new McCurtain County website launched in February 2014 in conjunction with an overall branding campaign Cubic developed for their southeastern Oklahoma client.
“The website has been very successful for McCurtain County. The fact that it is also featured by such a respected creative publication is a huge bonus,” said Billy Kulkin, Cubic President. “We’re truly honored to be chosen by CA for their Webpick of the Day. We’re in great company.” Others that have been featured recently include sites by Google, Levi’s, Jolly Time Popcorn and The Van Gogh Museum.
McCurtain County, Oklahoma is located in the heart of the Kiamichi Mountains in the southeast corner of the state. This pristine area is home to Broken Bow Lake, the Mountain Fork River and Beavers Bend State Park. More than 600 cabins are available for rent year-round in one of Oklahoma’s most beautiful places. Find out what else is around the Beavers Bend at Visitmccurtaincounty.com
Communication Arts magazine is the leading professional journal for visual communications. The largest creative magazine in the world, it showcases the top work in graphic design, advertising, illustration, photography, interactive design and typography. Commarts.com is the magazine’s online component. Its Webpicks features outstanding examples of web design selected based on a combination of superior aesthetics, technical expertise, functionality and overall site experience.
For more information, go to commarts.com/webpicks.