When we decided to redesign our company website, we did so with the intention of attracting some new interest in the company. We didn't quite imagine we would garner this much attention. We are thrilled to share that we are featured in the upcoming November issue of .net Magazine (#234).



The full excerpt from the article reads:

Web agency Station Four has undergone a rebranding process and designed a new website to better reflect the company's personality and brand. "We started conceiving the new website around the idea of showing, not telling, potential clients what we can do," states Station Four creative director and co-owner Christopher Olberding. The homepage uses a large, featured work banner to show Station Four's work. The team learned that sometimes you need to create things in the browser to see how well they work. "It really wasn't until we started writing the CSS and JavaScript animations for the banner that we became happy with this concept," explains Olberding.

The Expertise page has an interesting navigation design: it uses large circle imagery as links. These take advantage of border-radius properties to achieve the look, and apply animations on them as well.

.Net Magazine, one of the top international web design magazines, highlights a number of interesting areas of the new website as well as the heavy use of CSS3.

A big thank you to .net Magazine for featuring us! Keep an eye out for this issue on newsstands. Then feel free to tear it out and put it up next to your kids’ work on the fridge. Equally impressive, right?

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Station Four is a digital marketing agency in Jacksonville, Florida