We Are a Web Design & Development Agency
Whether you’re a solopreneur, startup, food blogger, fintech or venture capitalist,
Four Eyes creates websites unique to you and complimentary to your business and growth.
We Build WebsitesWe pride ourselves on building websites and producing designs that are anything but bland, yet easy to function. In the end, you’ll boast a website that is easy to manage for you, and effortless to navigate to your clients.
We design a web experienceNo two companies are alike and every company has a story that makes it unique. Your website should be an experience that creates a response and engagement between your brand and site visitor.
Web StrategyWe work with clients in just about every industry over the last 22 years. Converting your user into a consumer is accomplished through visual experiences on your website that identify and speaky to your audience by articulating your company culture, style and philosophy.
Simplifying the ComplexSome call it magic, but we know it is about simplifying the process into logical components. Our beliefs and core competencies in user-focused web design and development across multiple industries allow us to understand what matters in the building of websites.
- Healthcare & Pharma
- Financial Technology
- Architecture & Design
- Fashion & Retail
- Sport & Lifestyle
- Non Profit Education & Government
- Industrial & Manufacturing
Michael J. Sammut | email@example.com
Owner, Co-founder & Caffeinated Coder
As a native New Yorker, Michael is not only well-traveled globally, but we’d say he knows his way around the web too. With 22 years of experience in website design, programming, e-commerce and content management, there’s no digital pit he can’t dig in.
Prior to founding Four Eyes, Michael has worked as an informational analyst for the government, and for J.P. Morgan as an information security consultant. He’s obtained graduate degrees from both St. John’s and Columbia University, but if any of this sounds intimidating to you, don’t let it.
When not in front of his computer, Michael cranks his guitar very loudly, dives into unknown ocean depths, and drinks copious amounts of espresso.