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Full Stop is a “web design & development shop” from the home of Andy Warhol, the Steelers, and the 57 varieties of the H. J. Heinz Company. We’re talking about Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, folks; the Steel City.
Full Stop was founded in 2009 by Jay Fanelli, Nathan Peretic, and Matthew Chambers. In just over two years these gentleman have produced an impressive portfolio of websites and interactive designs. The team’s work is definitely at the leading edge of the industry, and in all honesty, kind of incredible considering it’s the work of just three men. There are agencies with teams much larger in size that would love to add a Full Stop project to their portfolio.
Full Stop may be a digital agency, but their mottoes and goals echo Pittsburgh’s industrial past. Full Stop is agency that puts quality over quantity. Their primary goal is, “Better design for less money while maintaining uncompromising reliability and professionalism.” Their old school work ethic and salt of the earth attitude has attracted quite a few clients, including Westfield State University, Bandwagon, John Carroll University, and Mozilla. Impressive, and they are just getting started. We’re looking forward to seeing what this talented agency has in store over the next two years.
You can see more of this agency’s work at www.fullstopinteractive.com, and you can see what they’re thinking on Full Disclosure, the agency’s blog. You can see what Full Stop is thinking, in smaller doses, on Twitter @wearefullstop.