Fahrenheit Studio Launches New Site

Posted by Robert Weitz on August 18, 2011 3:49 PM

In 1996, one year after Dylan Tran & I started Fahrenheit Studio, we designed our first website for Inscape for a game called Ravage. At the time, most websites had blue type, no pictures, and certainly no animation! Ravage, on the other hand, used 3D imagery, had some well-placed animation, and felt more like an environment than a spreadsheet.

Many, many websites and brands later, we are still leading the way with the 4th generation launch of our own website at Fahrenheit.com.


Each generation from 1996-2004 seemed to grow in format size, richness, animation, and sound. But this time, something has changed. It has neither gotten larger or smaller—it can now be any size you want it to be. Thanks to HTML5 and responsive design, it’s one site that adapts to any device. Got an iPhone, iPad, desktop, laptop, or large screen TV? It all fits.

Please check out the new Fahrenheit.com website and let us know what you think.

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