Station8 marked the 90th anniversary of our namesake home, Tulsa’s historic Fire Station No. 8, on September 24 with a celebration that recognized retired and active Tulsa Fire Department firefighters and raised funds for the new Tulsa Fire Museum. We were honored to welcome dozens of firefighters and many of their family members back to […]
Tulsa consulting firm 3 Cords Group has awarded Station8 with the development of its latest website project – a comprehensive new site for Word of Life Church in Flowood, MS. The new website will create a welcoming online experience for those seeking a church home, while giving existing members greater access to upcoming events, ministries […]
Following a competitive agency review, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art has selected Station8 to complete its comprehensive new website design. The new OKCMOA.com will include enhanced functionality including a dynamic events calendar and a searchable image gallery. Most importantly, its design, messaging and accessibility will strengthen the museum’s brand as a leading visual arts […]
Across the country, academic teaching clinics are sought out and recognized for their advanced medical knowledge and exceptional care. Here in northeastern Oklahoma, that leading-edge resource is OU Physicians-Tulsa. Yet despite serving the community with more than 300 doctors and five clinic locations, many people were unfamiliar with OU Physicians-Tulsa as a health care option […]
For weeks leading up to the Nov. 4th election, the “Drummond for District Judge” logo designed by Station8 was a prominent sight on campaign signs throughout the city – foreshadowing Doug Drummond’s decisive victory with 61.3% of the vote. “Seriously, I think our awesome logo made a huge difference in the campaign outcome,” said Dana […]
Renovations to Tulsa’s historic Fire Station No. 8 are complete – and we’re excited to be in our namesake building. See the photo gallery of our open house celebrating our new office and the transformation of this Cherry Street District landmark, built in 1925.