Historic Odessa Foundation Responsive Website

Several years ago the Historic Odessa Foundation was looking for a website development company that could blend both the bucolic setting and the historic significance of this important Delaware Colonial site with twenty-first century technology. We found that creative design team at 4x3! The resulting website is both beautiful and easy to navigate for the thousands of visitors that use it each year.

- Jen Cabell, Historic Odessa Foundation

The Historic Odessa Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to the preservation of the restored Historic Houses of Odessa, Delaware. 4x3 created a dynamic site to showcase their buildings and extensive collection of historic treasures.

Custom Drupal CMS

The site implements a custom Drupal content management system, which allows the client to easily update news & events, upload photo galleries and directly edit the content of most pages. The site also features dynamic "architectural facts" showcasing educational information about the unique features of the grounds and gardens.

Google Maps

A custom Google map was also created to highlight each of the five main buildings.

Responsive Website Design

4x3 recently upgraded the Historic Odessa website to a state-of-the-art Drupal 7 platform, making the site fully responsive on all desktop, tablet and mobile screen sizes. 

Odessa Brewfest: festival marketing, design and event promotion

In addition to the responsive Historic Odessa website, 4x3 created and now maintains and markets a responsive brewfest website for the annual Historic Odessa festival, the Odessa Brewfest. Beer lovers follow the progress of the "tournament" on our custom-built BrewBracket page, featuring contest and brewery information. Read more about the annual brew festival in Odessa DE »

what we deliver

CMS
Content Creation and Marketing
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Email Hosting and Management
Responsive Design
SEO
Website Maintenance
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