The company was also the winner of the American Business Award for best Intranet site of the year for Sir Speedy Extranet in 2007 and its Web site for the Boston-based School for the Museum of Fine Arts.
In both 2002 and 2004, imagistic won the Webby for its work with Teaching Tolerance Company co-founder Michael Weiss was quoted on BNET as saying: "The Internet as a means to distribute information is truly remarkable. Unfortunately, not all that information is positive or humanitarian. We are extremely proud to be working with an organization whose mission it is to use the Internet to promote understanding, diversity and acceptance of others.
After operating out of one of the founder's second bedroom for six months, the company obtained office space on Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice, California. For eight years, imagistic rose and fell with the Internet boom and bust.
During its boom, Los Angeles Business Journal named imagistic #4 of the top 100 fastest-growing private companies. After the company had reached thirty employees in 2001, the industry fell to pieces. In 2005, after two rounds layoffs and Ziperovich's departure, Goldberg and Weiss relocated the company.
As a frequent judge for the Stevie Awards and speaker at annual seminars held at the Nonprofit Technology Network Conference, Michael Weiss is frequently tapped to talk on the topic of Web development in the press. In 2006, he was quoted in BusinessWeek on the benefits of hiring a Web developer.