King & Grove
Tennis sensation Maria Sharapova branched out into the world of premium candy with a bold brand vision and website designed by our partners at Red Antler. Pixafy provided a tech solution on a tight timeframe, tying a WordPress-driven stack of static pages with a Magento-based eCommerce solution. The site pipes in events from Facebook. The online store launched Aug. 20, 2012, in tandem with its debut in physical stores, with a splashy launch. More recent upgrades have included a shift to Magento Enterprise Edition.
Campaign Monitor, Facebook Events API, JQuery, Magento Enterprise Edition, MaxCDN, Responsive Design, Shipstation, Wordpress
Nobel Biocare has worked with Pixafy for much of 2012 to build a strong foundation for future growth. Pixafy tied the open-source Magento platform to their existing SAP and SalesForce.com resources. The platform provides an enhanced ordering experience for Nobel Biocare’s customers. Pixafy also built out an infrastructure that allows for easy rollout of the platform to additional countries where Nobel has a presence, ensuring an accelerated schedule for introducing the platform globally. The U.S. store launched in August, 2012, with additional countries to follow.
Fonts.com Web Fonts, GD Library, JQuery, Magento Enterprise Edition, PHP, Prototype, SAP Integration, SalesForce.com Integration, SOAP
King & Grove was ready to upgrade their web presence to be a more robust experience, better capturing the mood and feeling of their properties. Pixafy delivered, making it easy for visitors to make reservations, building interfaces that allowed easy publishing of items like calendars and photo galleries, and set the site up on Drupal for easier maintenance and updates later.
Amazon EC2, Drupal 6, JQuery, Sabre Hospitality API
Tasting Table To-Go
Tasting Table sought Pixafy’s help in enhancing their existing mobile products. Pixafy built a new version of their iOS app, and debuted their Android app, to allow for more of their content to be available and accessible. We shared design duties of the mobile website with Red Antler, and provided technical support for their other teams regarding the building and implementation of mobile-friendly features. Newer pages add more advanced responsive design techniques.
Android, iOS App Development, Google Maps, JQuery Mobile, Responsive Design
In time for Wimbledon, Pixafy constructed a site combining elements of WordPress and Shopify for the client, creating easy-to-manage pages for the brand portion of the site while skinning Shopify to manage the eCommerce side of the process.
JQuery, MailChimp, PHP, Responsive Design, Shopify, Wordpress
An exclusive members-only site, BRIKA connects those with a creative flair with those who are appreciative to faciliate eCommerce. Pixafy delivered a heavily customized version of Magento Enterprise Edition to display products both by category and by maker, while adding referrals and rewards functions. BRIKA’s modular design, developed by Tether, allows for creative display of artists, called makers, who are creating some incredible art and products in the private sale format.
AJAX, Authorize.net, Facebook Login API, Facebook Open Graph, jQuery, Magento Enterprise Edition, Mailchimp, Masonry, Twitter API, TypeKit, uDropShip, Vimeo, Wordpress
Shop Bevel brings the notion of empowering and crowdsourcing to the concept of manufacturing. Pixafy customized Magento to allow independent designers submit designs and users to vote on them. Winners get manufactured and designers are paid a royalty, empowering smaller designers without the connections a larger company has.
Authorize.net with CIM, Facebook API, Google web fonts, jQuery, Magento Enterprise Edition, Magic Zoom Plus, Tumblr, Wordpress
Pixafy is the technology partner of this start-up, and has so far launched two phases of the site. The first offered weekly recommendations, both on the web and via E-mail, based on a fashion trend and curated by the site’s principals, Eleanor Ylvisaker and Ferebee Taube. The second version, launched in September, allows visitors to build closets, shop from a larger variety of options, and rate items to get a more personal shopping experience.
Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, Campaign Monitor, CodeIgniter, Commission Junction, Facebook API, Google Affiliate Network, Google API, JQuery, Linkshare, Pepperjam, PHP, Twitter API, TypeKit, Wordpress, Yahoo! Weather API
The Coveteur, a high-fashion website featuring amazing photography, sought the ability to expand its eCommerce capabilities. Pixafy delivered, building a heavily customized Magento-based website with room to grow. Readers can build their own closets and purchase items from their favorite celebrities that they covet. A bridge to Merchantry allows for integration of products from all sorts of stores.
AJAX, Constant Contact, Facebook API, JQuery, Magento Enterprise Edition, Magic Zoom Plus, Masonry, Merchantry, Twitter API, Web fonts
Haverford is a trusted name in the financial world that puts people first, both their customers and their employees. Pixafy was enlisted to help realize the technical needs of a new site that put their people front and center, allowing visitors to learn about their team and allowing Haverford’s technical team to easily update information about their company and employees.
AJAX, Drupal, Google APIs, JQuery, Ooyala, PHP
The inventor of a new tennis racquet line needed a site as dynamic and innovative as his product. Pixafy created the technology that allowed Bolt to offer demos to potential buyers, and built out and trained Bolt’s staff on a store and CMS platform that gives them the power to maintain their website and update as needed.
AccurateTax, Automated integration with Jay Group, Fonts.com Web Fonts, Joomla, JQuery, Magento, Mailchimp, MaxCDN, Wordpress
Pixafy has helped Honor with its next phase of building out its web presence, converting its existing site into an easy-to-update WordPress installation as well as construct a brand-new online store using the Magento platform. The visually exciting site provides customers with an up-close look at Honor’s offerings, as well as let them inquire about special order items.
Amazon EC2, Campaign Monitor, JQuery, Magento Community Edition, MaxCDN, PHP, Wordpress
My Last Supper
Alton Lane’s technology needs were growing, and Pixafy helped them unify a series of solutions into an up-to-date version of Magento, while making key customizations for a top-notch online experience to match the quality of their clothing. Pixafy set up a full tracking system, linked to their factory for up-to-date product information, built a system that allowed for customized automated E-mails to be generated, and updated their technology to allow for better online shopping, along with in-store use of the custom clothing creator via iPad. Alton Lane continues to turn to Pixafy for technology support.
Amazon S3, Amazon SQS, Google Calendar, FTP, JQuery, Magento, PHP, Prototype, Quiet Logistics
The popular bakery SusieCakes wanted to expand their growing regional chain into the realm of the web, taking orders for pick-up or delivery online. Pixafy reworked Magento to allow for either option using a multi-store view and shared cart/basket across multiple stores, while at the same time setting up a CMS for the company’s staff to be able to more easily manage their online presence.
Amazon EC2, Cooleremail, Google Maps, Joomla, JQuery, Magento (with multi-store view and shared cart/basket), MaxCDN, PHP, TypeKit
The My Last Supper book, featuring 50 chefs and their last meals, has been a sensation since its release and led to a second volume in the series. In advance of the release of The Next Course, Pixafy set up a WordPress-based site, with customization to allow for video, photo, interview and recipe postings, as well as a social component that includes pulling photos directly from the My Last Supper Facebook page.
Facebook API, JQuery, MailChimp, Ooyala, PHP, Wordpress
In our years working with Pixafy, their team has been instrumental in helping us successfully achieve our technology needs on both small- and large-scale projects. They are attentive to detail, think outside the box to solve challenges and meet aggressive deadlines that often come up in a digital world.
VP, Technology, USA Today Sports Digital Properties
My branding company Red Antler often needs to partner with a development team to service our clients. They are one of the best teams I've ever worked with - efficient and reliable, producing consistently great work. Not to mention on time and within budget! They are true professionals - a rare find in this category - and I would work with them again without hesitation.
Partner, Red Antler
Pixafy exceeded all our expectations in taking what we wanted our website to do and making it a reality. They listened to what the needs were of my specific business and assured that they met all of those needs. They were open to course correcting along the way if something changed and always made me feel as if my project were the only one on their plate. I can't think of a better partner than Pixafy.
Founder, SusieCakes Bakeries
I know nothing about websites except how to click and view them. They were able to translate all of the technical mumbo jumbo into a way I could understand. Building my site with Pixafy became an adventure as opposed to a daunting experience. Not once was I told something wasn't possible; they always tried to find a way to make it work. I was and am thrilled with my experience with Pixafy.
Photographer/Author of My Last Supper
Pixafy is a fast, efficient and professional team. They accomplished our project on time, were easy to work with and delivered quality code we could use right away. It's rare to work with a dev team, in house or otherwise, that executes as well as Pixafy. I'd recommend them to anyone.
GM, Busted Tees
We have worked closely with Pixafy to successfully integrate four new clients in three short months. During this time the Pixafy team has demonstrated the necessary expertise, flexibility and urgency to deliver on multiple integrations in parallel. They understand the unique needs of each respective client and build the solution around them, which makes it that much easier to achieve the common goal of a satisfied customer.
VP of Client Services, Quiet Logistics
Pixafy was critical to the successful integration of our showroom and web platforms, our overseas mills and factories, and our distribution center here in the US. They consistently provide excellent strategic advice, continuous support and structurally sound development work that we know we can rely on.
Director of Operations, Alton Lane
Pixafy has been a great solution for FEYT at this early stage. Launching a start-up with a strong background in fashion, we needed to find the right technology partner to build our initial product. Pixafy offered us a complete development team, and a long term plan to help us grow our business. They have helped define our brand identity, and have helped bridge the gap between creative and technical.