4x3 is looking for Graphic Design majors with web design skills and Marketing or Journalism majors looking to learn more about social media and content development to fill part time internship positions in our Ardmore, PA office.
As we near the end of 2012, everyone here at 4x3 extends their wishes to you and yours for a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year!
Balloons, balloons and more balloons...4x3 had fun with its latest website design! The Party Land of Wayne site recently launched with great fanfare!
4x3 is pleased to announce the launching of the Penn Green Campus Partnership website, in September 2012. The new site has been completely redesigned for greater visual impact and reprogrammed with a Drupal powered content management system.
After over twenty years in the real estate business, owning and managing my own small company with a dozen agents, I have moved to a new position here at 4x3.
The devastation of Hurricane Sandy continues to be felt by our neighbors in New Jersey and New York. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who have been impacted by the storm and encourage all to help do what we can to ease their suffering.
As the extent of the devastation unfolds after Superstorm Sandy hit our Atlantic coast shores, I'm reminded of lessons learned after Katrina hit New Orleans. There's already news and finger pointing about what should have been done and who should have done what.
A recent addition to the work week here is Beer Friday. Every Friday around 4 o'clock, we take a break from work and have a beer. The break is never that long and we all end up back at our desks finishing our beer while we work (all those Drupal sites won't design and program themselves after all).
4x3 created two custom designed interactive maps to display state-based research outcome data for The Policy Lab at CHOP.
I'm not an economic guru and I do not have a crystal ball, but my 'spider senses are tingling' these days. Life, as we all figure out when we get a little older, is fleeting. The economy - people make the phrase out to be a six-headed monster - will rise and fall over time. Or at least it has in my time.