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.
We are overwhelmed by the amazing work done by 4x3 for the Arizona Opera’s website. Not only is it gorgeous and easy to navigate, the process was seamless, from concept to launch. The team at 4x3 attended to every detail, and we couldn’t be happier with the results! They turned our Frankenstein nightmare into a dream.
A cultural mainstay, the Arizona Opera produces fully-staged operas, concerts and collaborative programs throughout the Grand Canyon State. AZ Opera was looking to upgrade its Web presence and reorganize the large amount of content on its website, making it more user-friendly for the opera's many stakeholders.
Drupal website design = superior functionality
4x3 and Cause Design delivered a full site rebuild in Drupal, creating a beautiful, inviting website that testifies to the quality of Arizona Opera's productions and the talent of its performers and staff. Cutting edge modules and intelligent navigation tools enhance the functionality of the site while fully incorporating responsive web design.
At 4x3, our SEO services are designed to increase client rankings organically on major search engines. For our client, Arizona Opera, 4x3 has developed a custom, fully functional website to manage content in an organized and SEO-friendly manner.
Relevant and timeless content is invaluable when developing a brand. 4x3 develops custom, fully functional sites to manage content in a SEO-friendly and organized manner.
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.
This is a question that I've been getting a lot lately from family, friends and curious underclassmen. So! Here's my little blog post about my internship with 4x3 :) I have a lot I wanna talk about, so I'll be splitting this post into two parts. This part will be about how I found it, and next will be about the internship and what I've learned from it.
Flashback to December 2013. I think the question in most, if not all, the junior design majors' minds was: "Where the heck am I going to get an internship???"
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.