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One of the very best parts of working at Pixel is getting the chance to see how users have taken our tools and run with them. We spend a lot of time in the back end, so it’s always a treat to grab a coffee and enjoy a good browse, knowing how much love, creativity, and passion has gone into each and every project.
 
As Pixel requires no coding knowledge, the possibilities are endless. Here are five websites we’ve been digging recently, all of them #madeinpixel. They are for five very different businesses, all of which highlight what can be accomplished with a compelling vision.

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Co-founder @ Pixel Together


Wednesday 21st September 2022

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Digital Agricultural Services

Agriculture and land care may not be the first things that come to mind when it comes to cutting-edge technology, but Digital Agricultural Services gives rural users the chance to visualise and analyse variables such as soil type, rainfall, and yield. With information sourced from machine learning and the CSIRO, the platform is a huge leap forward in making geoscience accessible to non-specialists in the field.

The complexities of data science are offset by clear and straightforward website navigation, with a hero image of the earth from space clearly signalling the platform’s ambition and scope. This is clearly a portal to the future.
 
We love how classic the design is, with clearly demarked segments making it as easy as possible for less tech-savvy users to navigate the space. Mocked-up computer and tablet screens integrated into the design show a series of updating visuals, allowing new users to immediately grasp the possibilities on offer. From a design perspective, this is one of our favourite aspects of this site. To create the effect, site builder Jonas from Ethix Design in Melbourne, Australia, has gotten creative with our slideshow feature, turning off the usual slideshow arrows and instead using a fade transition to automatically shift between images.

Image credit: Digital Agricultural Services

'We love how classic the design is, with clearly demarked segments making it as easy as possible for less tech-savvy users to navigate the space'

The Little Unicorn


The Little Unicorn, a childcare business across three discrete locations, is as bright and child-friendly as you would expect from its name. Cheerful tones greet the viewer, with each separate centre demarked in yellow, pink, and blue.
 
The site, designed by Shorthand Studio in Newcastle, Australia, is geared toward parents who may be checking details on their phone while wrangling a two-year-old who won’t put on their shoes. Calls to action are clean and visible, with all information flagged high up in the visual hierarchy.
 
The bright tones are interspersed with pictures of children at play and examples of the classroom set-up, which is filled with wooden educational toys rather than plastic and sparkles. The website perfectly hits the balance between bright and organic, warm and smart, giving parents a sense of confidence in the centre and its philosophy.

Image credit: The Little Unicorn

'The bright tones are interspersed with pictures of children at play and examples of the classroom set-up, which is filled with wooden educational toys rather than plastic and sparkles'

Teagan Rosa


Graphic designer Teagan Rosa’s website for her design business is an earthy, dreamy delight, with sun-dappled product shots emphasising the tactile nature of her work.
 
Designed and built by Teagan here in Melbourne, the site opens with a statement of intent about a horizontally scrolling gallery, allowing Teagan to show the diversity of her portfolio in a gentle and non-intrusive way. A call to action, in the form of a ‘contact’ button, sits beneath, inviting the user to directly engage with her vision.

Further scrolling brings you to her design offerings, with floating images providing visual interest. The effect—and Teagan’s snippets of her life as a dog and bird owner in the ‘About Me’ section—is professional but intimate and welcoming for clients new and old.

Image credit: Teagan Rosa

'The site opens with a statement of intent about a horizontally scrolling gallery, allowing Teagan to show the diversity of her portfolio in a gentle and non-intrusive way'

Queer Britain


Queer Britain is a national museum and online space dedicated to archiving and celebrating Britain’s LGBTQIA+ past and present. Built by Mark King in Soho, London, the website caters to a range of users, displaying exhibitions, information, and historical context, all of which adhere to a vibrant and lively visual identity.

The site takes advantage of the art and performance aspects of online design, with text and images shifting and moving before settling into place. Mark cleverly uses the built in Pixel animation tools to create smooth animations on scroll. These embedded videos emphasise the joy and liberation of being seen, affirming Queer Britain’s sense of playfulness and possibility.
 
We love how Queer Britain’s digital presence pulls together archival imagery with a very real sense of the here and now, letting the user know that queer identity is always deliriously in flux.

Image credit: Queer Britain

'We love how Queer Britain’s digital presence pulls together archival imagery with a very real sense of the here and now, letting the user know that queer identity is always deliriously in flux'

Box Worx


‘Sustainable, functional, and superbly engineered’, Box Worx asks its customers to reject traditional domestic architecture and embrace the possibilities of container conversions instead. As befits a company founded in steelworks, the design is clean and functional, tying sustainability benefits to the aesthetics of major industry.
 
The site, designed and built by Virtue Design in Ipswitch, England, uses images and video graded in its Box Worx’s signature teal to unify the content while keeping the presentation dynamic. It’s a smart and stylish way to invite the user in. All information is housed on the home page, with a menu that allows the user to jump to the relevant section.
 
The result is a site that clearly means business, offering the user multiple opportunities to get in touch and offering just enough to entice the user into clicking the ‘contact’ button.

Image credit: Box Worx

'As befits a company founded in steelworks, the design is clean and functional, tying sustainability benefits to the aesthetics of major industry'

These websites are radically different in style and tone but unified by their use of the PXT platform. Each creator has realised their unique vision through our intuitive no-code design.

We’re excited to see what else is coming from our diverse and inspired range of Pixel users — because the reality is always more innovative and creative than we can imagine.

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Wednesday 21st September 2022

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