squarefactor Announces Launch of Their New Site

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The new squarefactor web site launched this month highlights the company’s move from a strictly service based business model to a hybrid products and services model. This new direction for the company was inspired by the shift in the digital marketplace.

The new squarefactor web site launched this month highlights the company’s move from a strictly service based business model to a hybrid products and services model. This new direction for the company was inspired by the shift in the digital marketplace.

The site uses the power of HTML5, Javascript and CSS to deliver a clean design with subtle animations that deliver project information in an engaging way. “We wanted to clearly demonstrate our philosophies regarding design and usability in a completely non-verbal way. We feel like the new site design not only showcases our capabilities and skills, but also our personality and new direction,” said Sean Hartman, co-founder of squarefactor and head of Design.

In previous iterations, squarefactor focused on showing the wide breadth and depth of their work from their eight years in the industry. This new site is leaner in content by design. “Rather than show a litany of projects and examples, we wanted to strip the amount of content down and focus on what we’re truly great at, and what we’re the most proud of,” said Bill Evans, co-founder of squarefactor.

squarefactor is confident that the launch of this new site (http://squarefactor.com) will further position them as a leader in the digital development field.

About squarefactor
squarefactor is an interactive studio based in Orlando, FL that specializes in design and development for web and mobile. Our team consists of hardcore designers and developers that love what they do.

We're passionate about web design, web development, mobile, games, social media and generally just crafting exceptional user experiences.

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