Welcome to Pixo's New Website Design

Pixo has always seen itself a leader in cutting edge website design.  But lately we noticed that some of the websites we were building for our clients were more cutting edge than our own.  Any good website needs to renew itself from time to time because it has either outgrown its skin or it needs a facelift.  We wanted to make the Pixo website a showcase of some of our best work and we feel that we have accomplished that with this new design.


In this design we are better using available space, allowing more content to move up to the top of the page.  On the homepage we are using more eye catching graphical elements to quickly tell new users what we are about and what we have to offer. 

This website utilizes the latest techniques in responsive website design.  A responsive website can adapt itself on a desktop, tablet and smartphone so that the ultimate user experience can be displayed on mobile devices allowing for easier navigation and easier reading of website content.

Check out our eCommerce page.  We now have interactive features on the page to better illustrate some of the design services that we have to offer.

We've also increased the number of training videos that we have to offer so existing and new clients can always have the latest information and tutorials on how to use things like Concrete5.

Our social media presence has also improved on the new website.  You'll notice that that tab to the left is always on the page allowing our users to easily access our latest Tweets and posts.

As always our blog has the latest information on concrete5, social media and search engine optimization trends.  Feel free to subscribe to our RSS feed to get the latest news delivered to you as soon as it becomes available.

We hope you like our new website.  Please feel free to send us a note with likes and dislikes you have about the new website.  We are always looking for your feedback to help us to continue to make us the best website design firm in north America.



For more information about this blog or Concrete5 please contact Jamie Johnson.