Nanoshrine Studios LLC

Nanoshrine Studios

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What We Offer

We’re a locally-focused team of designers, developers, IT geeks, and marketing enthusiasts dedicated to uplifting local businesses and organizations.

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Web Development

In addition to being the online communication hub for your business or organization, your website is also the first online impression of your brand.  We make sure your first impression is a great one. Our websites are always tailored to your business’s needs and are compatible, beautiful, and reliable across all devices while staying ahead of today’s standards.

Brand & Digital Design

Does the public really understand who you are and what you do? They should and we can help. We offer designs that reflect your business goals perfectly, strengthen your brand and showcase your image in the best possible light.

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Oculus Rift Development

Next-Generation Virtual Reality Technology

 
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Our Work

G Tatum Design

G Tatum Design

Greg Tatum’s work reflects the tranquility, simplicity, and harmony of fine Japanese gardens. The unobtrusive beauty of his stone cranes, crouching water basin fountains, and bamboo structures fit seamlessly into the landscape; they are gradually revealed along winding paths or nestled amid pine trees and flowering azaleas. His art is informed by the Japanese phrase “ichi go ichi e,” or “one time, one meeting,” reminding us to honor the moment.

Website: G Tatum Design

The Fair Store

The Fair Store

In the early 1900′s two young Lithuanian/Russian teenage boys made their way across Europe and the Atlantic Ocean and landed on Ellis Island, New York, the gateway for most European immigrants. They stayed in New York City under the care and guidance of an Aunt and Uncle. Morris and Ben Glickman learned their street smarts in the biggest city in the world! After their “apprenticeship”, they moved to Savannah, Georgia, where Morris met and married Dora Rice. They had 3 children, one of which was Herbert “Hymie” Glickman.

In 1925 Morris found a store for sale in Perry, Florida and subsequently bought it; The Fair Store was born. During this same period, Ben opened a store in nearby Mayo, Florida. Unfortunately, as fate would have it, Morris passed away seven years later from an infection in his feet. The Great Depression had begun and life was hard, especially for a young widow with three young children. Ben closed his store in Mayo, moved to Perry to run The Fair Store and ultimately married his brother’s wife. It was a good union and the beginning of a legacy that continues today.

Ben ran the store for thirty years before handing it over to his “son”, Hymie in the 1960′s. During that time, Ben developed a reputation as a kind, generous lovable character of the downtown community. Hymie continued to develop and nurture that reputation when he joined his “father” in the late 1940′s after his service to our country in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Hymie and his wife, Louise, firmly established themselves as a pillar of the Perry/Taylor County community with The Fair Store as the anchor of downtown Perry. The store was briefly run by Hymie’s son Marty in the late 1990′s before his passing in 2001. Our beloved Hymie continued to open and work in the store every day until a stroke in November 2009 ended his career at The Fair Store. Until that moment and during the final years, he reveled in telling stories of times gone by with old friends and new ones, anxious to get a glimpse of history in small town America. Hymie and his “dad” were truly Icons in this region and have been missed by all. They were both one of a kind!

Today the store is owned by Hymie’s daughter, Marsha Doll, modeling agent and scout, who, herself worked in the store as a teenager with her mother, Louise, as a buyer. Hymie was extremely proud of Marsha, who, by his own admission, was much more successful than anyone in the family!! Since 2001, the store has been run by Marsha’s husband Dean Faulkenberry, who takes great pride in continuing the family tradition.

The Fair Store is the “last of the Mohicans”, as Hymie fondly described it. It is an “old time” department store that carries top quality clothing, shoes and boots for men, women and children at reasonable prices. From Carhartt and Levi’s, to Nike, Crocs, Redwing and Timberland, just to mention a few brand names, The Fair Store has something for everyone in a traditional setting.

Poor Paul’s Pourhouse

Poor Paul’s Pourhouse

If there’s such a thing as a landmark in Tallahassee, POOR PAUL’S POURHOUSE is it. Owner Jim Smith built and has operated POOR PAUL’S since 1976, making it the oldest drinking spot under the same ownership in Tallahassee. Smith says, “there have been a few changes over the years but if you haven’t been here in 20 or 30 years you’ll find the place and the atmosphere will seem just about the same.” Our everyday low prices — including LADIES NIGHT on TUESDAY, where the ladies drink $1 drafts or $1 well drinks and the FREE GUMBY’S PIZZA with $4.95 PITCHERS every SUNDAY & MONDAY NIGHT Easily make Poor Paul’s the “CHEAPEST DAMN BAR IN TOWN!”

WHOOOZ YER’ BUDDY?

Website: Poor Paul’s Pourhouse

Liz and Jane Marketplace

Liz and Jane Marketplace

Liz and Jane Marketplace, formerly Liz and Jane Clothes, is a one-of-a-kind retail boutique in Panama City Beach, Florida. Sisters-in-law Liz Bennett and Janie Bennett have designed and manufactured Liz and Jane Clothes for over 24 years. The business started with a line of clothing called TyArt Originals: hand-dyed and sponge printed by Liz and Janie themselves from 1987-1993. Soon after, Liz and Jane Clothes was formed with the desire to manufacture classic, carefree and “a little bit funky” apparel. After a year of deliberation they finally decided to combine Liz’s love of apparel with Janie’s love of home interiors into one awesome marketplace. There, you’ll find everything from unusual clothing to rustic furniture, home accessories, jewelry and gifts.

Website: Liz and Jane Marketplace

Arnold Palmer Design

Arnold Palmer Design

Poster Artwork Design

Doing The Word Ministry

Doing The Word Ministry

Praise the Lord! This website was designed to acquaint you with Pastor Mike and his lovely wife Pastor Yvonne as well as with Doing The Word Ministry. Pastor Mike’s whole intent of the ministry is to do God’s Word. James 1:22 tells us to be doers of the word and not hearers only. Once we starting Doing the Word we can apply it to our lives so we can live a better Christian life

Website: Doing The Word Ministry

Save Wallwood

Save Wallwood

Since 1966, Wallwood Boy Scout Reservation has been an Icon in this region for helping youth to reach their potential through scouting. Thousands of Young people have enjoyed the opportunities of growing through understanding The Great Disciplines of Scouting though nature, history and setting goals.Many of this regions leaders today once spent time at Wallwood in pursuit of their goals. The focus of the 600 acre facility is to provide an environment of learning through doing. The Camp only takes in minimal fees to provide food and services for these youth for the camp each year. The past decades the camp has deteriorated and needs help to regain it’s former glory of the Icon of which it is. All over the state facilities like this are closing due to lack of support. This is only one of a hand full that still remain and the only one in this region.

Website: Save Wallwood

Iacon Logo

Iacon Logo

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Tallahassee Trails

Tallahassee Trails

Tallahassee’s Newest East-side Conservation Community offering new homes on one half to one acre wooded lots. Nested in rolling hills just 8 minutes east of Capital Circle with the home sites surrounded by a chain of ponds and miles of nature trails. Walking Trails connect the entire neighborhood meandering through conservation and natural areas where, deer, turkey, ducks, and rare Fox Squirrels abound. Gated, landscaped entry enhances the privacy and security for families throughout the neighborhood.

Website: Tallahassee Trails

On Site Therapy

On Site Therapy

Our goal is to help reduce costs associated with workplace injuries, improve productivity, improve outcomes for Return To Work, educate & assist employees in their work environment, and provide measurable ROI to cost effective health solutions. This approach enables an employer to institute a proactive Health & Wellness Process for health aging in the workforce.

Website: On Site Therapy

Beckalar Shopping

Beckalar Shopping

Beckalar is an online store that sells both new and used items. We travel far and wide to bring you the most beautiful and unique finds, selling gently used clothes, dinnerware, glassware, kitchenware, home accents and collectables.

Website: Beckalar

Pro-Military Business Network

Pro-Military Business Network

Find the perfect product or services made available to you from local and national pro-military businesses. research specific information, programs, specials, and discounts from pro-military businesses that are located near your military installations.

Website: Pro-Military Business Network

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Who We Are

Jameson C. Tucker

Jameson C. Tucker

Founding President

Jameson is a seasoned web developer and consultant who thrives on complex projects. The co-founder and president of Nanoshrine Studios, a web development and design firm, Jameson also provides web programming for the behavior-change marketing and communications firm Salter>Mitchell, working closely with project managers, strategists, and design team members to develop custom web apps and explore new and emerging technologies.

A programmer since his early teens, Jameson has been providing technological leadership for nearly a decade. He’s created and managed multiple communities online with more than 1,000 members.

When he’s not consulting or hand-coding websites, Jameson is writing boundary-breaking experimental music.

Justin P. Higgs

Justin P. Higgs

President

Justin is co-founder of NS with a background in high-end hospitality, management, and creative problem solving in IT, business operations, design, and development. A stickler for absolutely intuitive and intelligent UI/UX which supports Nanoshrine’s holistic take on design and development. Justin is a full-stack developer and loves using WordPress, eZPublish/eZPlatform, Laravel, Adobe Creative Suite, and an espresso machine.

Justin also provides web development for Salter>Mitchell, a local firm focused on behavioral-change marketing and communications solutions.

Aside from developing kick-ass websites and helping build up the local economy, Justin is a voracious reader and autodidact, artist, foodie, table-top enthusiast, and cat-dad.

Jameson C. Tucker

Jameson C. Tucker

Founding President

Jameson is a seasoned web developer and consultant who thrives on complex projects. The co-founder and president of Nanoshrine Studios, a web development and design firm, Jameson also provides web programming for the behavior-change marketing and communications firm Salter>Mitchell, working closely with project managers, strategists, and design team members to develop custom web apps and explore new and emerging technologies.

A programmer since his early teens, Jameson has been providing technological leadership for nearly a decade. He’s created and managed multiple communities online with more than 1,000 members.

When he’s not consulting or hand-coding websites, Jameson is writing boundary-breaking experimental music.

Justin P. Higgs

Justin P. Higgs

President

Justin is co-founder of NS with a background in high-end hospitality, management, and creative problem solving in IT, business operations, design, and development. A stickler for absolutely intuitive and intelligent UI/UX which supports Nanoshrine’s holistic take on design and development. Justin is a full-stack developer and loves using WordPress, eZPublish/eZPlatform, Laravel, Adobe Creative Suite, and an espresso machine.

Justin also provides web development for Salter>Mitchell, a local firm focused on behavioral-change marketing and communications solutions.

Aside from developing kick-ass websites and helping build up the local economy, Justin is a voracious reader and autodidact, artist, foodie, table-top enthusiast, and cat-dad.

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  • -Buckminster Fuller

    “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”

    -Buckminster Fuller
  • -Terence McKenna

    “The creative act is a letting down of the net of human imagination into the ocean of chaos on which we are suspended, and the attempt to bring out of it ideas.”

    -Terence McKenna
  • -Georgia O'Keeffe

    “To create one’s world in any of the arts takes courage.”

    -Georgia O'Keeffe
  • -Dan Millman

    “I have an almost religious zeal… not for technology per se, but for the Internet which is for me, the nervous system of mother Earth, which I see as a living creature, linking up.”

    -Dan Millman
  • -Admiral Grace Hopper

    “A ship in port is safe, but that is not what ships are for. Sail out to sea and do new things.”

    -Admiral Grace Hopper
  • -Mitchell Kapor

    “What is design? It’s where you stand with a foot in two worlds – the world of technology and the world of people and human purposes – and you try to bring the two together.”

    -Mitchell Kapor
  • -Buckminster Fuller

    “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”

    -Buckminster Fuller
  • -Terence McKenna

    “The creative act is a letting down of the net of human imagination into the ocean of chaos on which we are suspended, and the attempt to bring out of it ideas.”

    -Terence McKenna
  • -Georgia O'Keeffe

    “To create one’s world in any of the arts takes courage.”

    -Georgia O'Keeffe
  • -Dan Millman

    “I have an almost religious zeal… not for technology per se, but for the Internet which is for me, the nervous system of mother Earth, which I see as a living creature, linking up.”

    -Dan Millman
  • -Admiral Grace Hopper

    “A ship in port is safe, but that is not what ships are for. Sail out to sea and do new things.”

    -Admiral Grace Hopper
  • -Mitchell Kapor

    “What is design? It’s where you stand with a foot in two worlds – the world of technology and the world of people and human purposes – and you try to bring the two together.”

    -Mitchell Kapor
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