The Odessa Brewfest is coming to the historic village of Odessa, Del. on Sept. 6, but we at 4x3 have been pretty heavily invested in the event for a while. Back in April, we launched the brewfest website, which is very cool (props to Web designer Rachel Schmitz).
Google recently presented a live, invite-only webcast for small businesses and marketing agencies. Naturally, it was focused on the company’s own Web products, tools and strategies, but Google being Google, that’s a pretty good chunk of what anyone needs to know about marketing online.
I’ve worked for many years on the editorial side of things—first in community journalism, covering tempests in a teapot in Philadelphia, South Jersey and the New York suburbs, and later in business-to-business media, writing for magazines, updating websites, planning and putting on events.
4x3 is proud to announce that AGA Developers has been added to our list of clients. We will be providing AGA Developers with a variety of services including website development and design as well as branding.
Recently one of our clients received an email with the subject line: "I noticed a problem with your mobile website."
It's holiday promotion time! Ok, summer just technically ended, but Target has Christmas decorations out, so it must be close right? Whether you are looking for a custom holiday card to stand out from the pack, or a client gift idea, or both – 4x3 can help.
I try not to be a pressure salesman, but it may be time to re-evaluate what our website is doing for us. Not just you our clients but 4x3 - our site - our focus - the future of our industry. In the past we have been offering mobile sites and responsive design as an option. And maybe we're just not selling the options hard enough. Maybe we're just not doing our job to make you understand what's happening and how very important is to keep up.
4x3 is proud to announce the completion and launching of the Tri Supply & Equipment website. 4x3 designed and developed this content-managed website for Tri Supply & Equipment. The updated site was designed to allow Tri Supply and Equipment's loyal client base easy access to information on parts and servies.
When building a new website, it's not uncommon for something (sometimes everything) to go wrong along the way. And once you've solved the same problem a couple times, solving it every time after that is like working through a flow chart.
4x3 worked with the Facilities and Real Estate Services (FRES) team at the University of Pennsylvania to redesign and redevelop their university web presence.