Sore eyes, cramped fingers, achy back. No, we’re not describing the way you feel after a 12-hour marathon of Call of Duty: Ghosts. These are all common maladies the average tech employee suffers from while stationed at their computer all week. While in the middle of a coding project, developers may spend hours staring at their computer screen, typing away. This can wreak havoc on your body, so to counter these negative effects here are some helpful tips, products and remedies that will help cure your work space aches and pains. (more…)
When working as a front-end developer or an engineer, hitting a mental block can be one of the most frustrating parts of the job. Still, no matter how much you want to avoid it, sometimes it can’t be helped.
So how do you get past it? We asked our team to offer their suggestions, and we developed this list of 10 suggestions: (more…)
We’ve continued to settle into our new office since moving in earlier this year, and hot off getting our new logo sign, we have now upgraded some of our office furniture and the bull pen, which is where a number of our support team sits.
Such a change, while awesome, of course has its disruptive moments, and in that disruption we find a photo gallery awaits! Check out the pictures of the new furniture and the office layout in our latest Facebook gallery. While there, be sure to like our page to get more updates from the company!
Aditya Raina is now on his second stint as an intern with Pixafy. He says he thought he could learn even more; we prefer the term “glutton for punishment.” But we’re happy to have him back! Here’s an interview we conducted with him upon his return.
Q: How did you discover Pixafy?
I discovered Pixafy when I first met Uri. We had a mutual friend who knew I was looking for an internship, and he introduced us to each other in a bar (which I was legally not allowed to be in at the time). After a few emails, my first internship with Pixafy began. (more…)
On Tuesday, we took our next step in making our new office our own by installing a sign in the lobby. It was a coordinated effort, with the help of our branding partner Red Antler, who created the distinctive Pixafy logo, and Pinpoint Promotions of Milford, Conn., who manufactured our sign and shipped it to us. We thank both teams for helping us make this a reality!
While preparing the sign for installation, we decided to have a bit of fun with it, and we’ve built a photo gallery around it. Check out our album on Facebook, and while you’re there be sure to like our page to stay informed about all that we’re doing!