These days, a good smartphone can last for a couple years — or until the battery life starts to die — and each software update can often bring you more problems than fixes. It's around this time when you start shopping around for a new phone, often the same brand, just a new model.
4x3, LLC has provided services to the EPRU, including website and design, since 1998. We have always found them to be resourceful, responsive and helpful.
The new EPRU website has been redesigned and redeveloped with more of a focus on team and player profiles, added user-generated content and social-networking. The redesign included restructuring the architecture of the entire site, increased dynamic content for news features, login levels for teams and members to input and update schedules, match results and the Fan Zone.
4x3 also gave the EPRU the ability to send broadcast e-mails from the website and functionality to search news, schedules and an integrated contact database for team administrators.
Custom Web CMS, database and marketing tools
The previous site 4x3 developed for the EPRU stood for over 10 years with our own custom PHP CMS. The new Drupal 7 CMS will provide the ability to add user-generated content, enable easier administration and accommodate future scalability.
4x3 is proud to supply in-house services to all our clients, guaranteeing that all our work bleeds red, white and blue. This 4th of July, 4x3 is celebrating our roots by looking back at our fun and colorful history.
The USWNT has enthralled the country with their run to a World Cup soccer championship — and rightly so. The U.S. women's national team is a group of tough, talented athletes who demonstrate amazing play when it matters most.
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.
Cloud computing is what you think it is. It's the sharing of resources delivered over the Internet. Email is most commonly shared through the cloud. What I thought was cool is that the name, the cloud, comes from the cloud-shaped symbols used in those PC diagrams many of us know.
The chart shows just a few of the many things I learned in the office. In the past few months I have also learned how to work as part of a design team and how to prepare for and take part in a meeting. Along with all of the things I have mentioned, I have also grown as a designer and as an individual. I had a wonderful experience and couldn't have asked for a better first internship.
4x3 was present at the Collegiate Rugby Championships this past weekend supporting the Ivy League participant Dartmouth College.