Solid customer relationships can set you apart
We live in times where building customer relations became necessary for any business that aims to drive a positive impact.
Cooking as a form of self-expression
When cooking is a way of exploring creating potential, the possibilities become endless. Roo’s a chef who’s not afraid of playing around.
Crafting a consistent customer experience on your website
Learn how to shape a consistent experience for your visitors and upcoming customers. Make sure it’s memorable and in tune with your brand.
Contributing to humanity through architecture
Contributing to the world comes in many shapes and forms. Architecture is one the most powerful tools to impact both our present and future. Discover why’s that from this thrilling interview.
Must-have pages on your website
Before committing to the process of building a website for your business, it would be great to draw a line in the sand about the mandatory pages.
Things you want on your website, but you don’t need (yet)
When building your brand new website, it can be easy to get carried away. After all, many entrepreneurs fully identify with their work, thus, it can be challenging to look at your website with a critical eye.
Creating your website: get priorities straight
Often, people get lost in getting their priorities right when kicking-off a website. Learn how to save time and energy to get outstanding results with your digital presence.
Transparency Report #12: burning rubber for a change
Discover how things went on our side of the world and how we navigated as a team and business during these challenging times.
Improving the WordPress comment system to encourage conversations
Discover how improving your comment system can help you get more comments on your website and an engaged audience.
Ten things you don’t know about Pixelgrade
A few things you don’t know about us yet it would make sense to find out to complete the puzzle. They’re part of our challenging becoming.
Writer’s block comes after you write
What do psychology, emotions, and writing have in common? Well, you guessed it: they impact our understanding of what writer’s block means.
Five years at Pixelgrade is not that much
Being patience helped me earn time that became far more valuable along the way. My fifth year at Pixelgrade brought me worthy insights and discoveries.
Own your website content to control the experience
Make sure you own and protect the content you are writing on the Internet.
Being creative is seeing potential in people and things
Becoming a designer implies being open to a diversity of all kinds and trying to understanding its essence.
Things I learned while building Upstairs Community
Learn how we’ve been nurturing an online community with people like you and me, tailored around stories that make us better people.
I discount, you discount, we both lose
Discounting a product for a limited time has been a tactic borrowed today and ingrained in industries where it makes no sense. Software is not food, there is no expiration date, no loss if it’s not consumed today. So why discounting software products?
From an underdog to a medium-sized dog
Wow, we’re nine years old! Becoming a medium-size dog opened perspectives that we can’t wait to grasp to the fullest. Happy birthday to all of us at Pixelgrade!