Client spotlight:

Artsology website featuring arts-related games and activities for kids of all ages

What We Do:

Web development and graphic design with great customer service. We create new sites, overhaul old sites, and provide maintenance on existing sites. We can consult and implement SEO strategies, create e-commerce solutions, and assist with social media sites. We design logos, business cards, direct mail pieces, banner ads ... we've even designed retail storefront displays!

Our Location:

Four Story Design is located in Glen Ridge, NJ, and has worked with clients in diverse locations such as: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Richmond, Nashville, Minneapolis, and Hawaii, among others. We're the team that's willing to make house calls, but we are just as adept at long-distance work relationships.

Why Choose Us:

We like to help our clients achieve their online goals, and we use our creativity to help them expand their business capabilities. We have serviced a wide variety of industries, including the arts, real estate, construction, various small businesses as well as large retailers. Most new projects come via referrals from existing clients, which speaks for itself. is powered by, and highly recommends:

March 29, 2014

I was taking a look at some analytics for one of my sites today, and was interested to see that Google is tracking the type of devices used to view my site.

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Responsive Design
June 06, 2013

You no longer need a separate "mobile" site for smart phones and tablets - responsive design covers it all.

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Big Increase in Social Media for Business
June 18, 2011

Business owners turning to social media to enhance their businesses.

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Moving beyond the computer
January 22, 2011

I got an interesting call yesterday from a client who said, "my website doesn't work properly on the iPad."

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Our New Site
January 04, 2011

Welcome to our new website! We have been long overdue in updating the site with a very good reason: we put our clients' projects first. But enough time passed that we felt it was imperative to update.

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