... and then
Cave drawings depict a strange fascination with user experience.
Strange futuristic communication devices are painted within Egyptian tombs.
An intrepid group called Station Four discovers that the internet is round.
Moveable type is engineered to streamline style sheets for scrolls and tomes.
Station Four invents the telephone to better communicate with clients and to more effectively debate what everyone wants for lunch.
Marmalade the S4 cat cartoons teach children about the importance of adventure, laughter, and UI/UX best practices.
Widely accessible personal computers spread the S4 love to countless millions.
Two friends named Chris graduate from the University of Florida.
Chris Lahey works at the department of agriculture, where he masters coding and the language of government entities.
While working on a doctorate in comparative politics & statistical analysis, Chris Olberding is distracted by the internet.
Chris and Chris meet again while working for a web design and marketing company.
They go out for after-work drinks and speculate what it would be like to own their own company.
Using the adjacent old fire station as inspiration, they decide to go for it.
Station Four officially opens for business!
The year-old team gets all dressed up and flies out to Las Vegas for the Phizzpop contest ... and WINS.
The very first Station Four movie night makes its premier.
Prompting a long-standing tradition of nerdy interests and bad movie puns.
Station Four gets lit for their 5 year anniversary.
The S4 Portland office opens on the west coast. The hipster cool factor rises about 20%.
Station Four celebrates their 10 year anniversary
S4 opens their first off-planet office, the Sp4ce Station to share their smarts and talents with the rest of the galaxy.
S4 spearheads interstellar, universally accessible sites to better reach a non-human audience.
The company weathers the Galactic War by converting the SP4CE Station into the ultimate fighting robot, Fourtron.