Follow-up thoughts on our ebook about customer service

A sto­ry about what we’ve learned from cre­at­ing and shar­ing a guide for cus­tomer sup­port with the Word­Press lovers.

guidelines

Pixelgrade Transparency Report #4

Our six-months Trans­paren­cy Report (No. #4) about wow we did in the last half of the year and what we’ve learned.

report

We launch a new Pixelgrade

We’re hap­py to cel­e­brate a new Pix­el­grade that is bet­ter tai­lored to our atti­tude and core beliefs.

celebrate

Designing GEMA — so you think you can break the rules?

I’m Ilin­ca, one of Pixelgrade’s design­ers, and my junior months have brought a chal­lenge I would least expect.

design

You are only as good as your customers say

Your cus­tomers shape your image through their lens and way of under­stand­ing the whole context.

customers

Pixelgrade Transparency Report #3

These months were a bit of an eye-open­er in many respects. More dynam­ic, more tough and intro­spec­tive most of the time. We’ve end­ed up more in tune with who we are and where we want to go.

transparency

People with different skill sets are a better match than top talent players

Even though our day-to-day job doesn’t require to be in the spot­light, we want to cap­ture atten­tion in var­i­ous ways.

people

Allow yourself to be happy

Vlad wrote an arti­cle for Hero­Press about how Word­Press was the best avail­able solu­tion to start a cre­ative business.

happy

Why should design be your biggest asset as a WordPress author?

We’ve cre­at­ed a list of Word­Press authors that we think they do a great design job and asked each of them “Why should design be the king of the jungle?”

interview

The real value you get when you buy a premium WordPress theme

Choos­ing the right Word­Press theme could be an end­less gam­bling, but you have the pow­er to change that.

premium