4x3 is proud of the relationship we've developed over the years with the University of Pennsylvania. As a prestigious Ivy League university, Penn is nationally ranked for its academic centers and student research programs.
The University of Pennsylvania’s Green Campus Partnership worked with 4x3 to redevelop its website on a content management system that could be used by multiple in-house staff with a variety of skill levels for frequent updates. The team at 4x3 made the redesign and content migration easy, and they were also able to accommodate our accelerated summer turnaround schedule to have the site up and running before the start of the fall semester.
Director of Communications, Penn Facilities & Real Estate Services
4x3 is honored to be involved with Penn Green Campus Partnership to build a culture of sustainability on Penn's campus. The new site has been designed to be responsive on all devices for greater visual impact and reprogrammed with a Drupal powered CMS.
Drupal CMS and Web hosting for educational non-profit
The Green Campus Partnership is the umbrella organization that was formed in 2007 to address environmental sustainability planning and policy development at the University of Pennsylvania and to coordinate programs and initiatives for a more sustainable campus. Penn President Amy Gutmann was the first Ivy League President to sign the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment (ACUPCC).
University of Pennsylvania Websites
In addition to the Penn Green Campus Partnership website, 4x3 manages two additional websites for the educational non-profit the University of Pennsylvania. The websites are Pennovation Works, Penn Facilities, and Shop Penn.
4x3 has been partnered with the Penn Green Campus Partnership since September 2012. Back then we created a new website with a Drupal powered content management system; and now we have redesigned the site once again to be responsive on all devices for greater visual impact.
Piloting 101: Landing strips should be smooth, well-lit and free of debris; steer clear of the cracked, the weedy, the dark. It’s kinda the same thing with website landing pages.