Featured Projects

Pixel Jar takes pride in all the work we do. We bring decades of development knowledge to each project - from design to development to maintenance. See our featured projects below. Learn how we helped each of these clients achieve their goals. Click "See the project" to go into more detail on any of these projects.

Lyric Fest

Lyricfest was gearing up for their new season of concerts and wanted to liven up their website. There were two goals with this redesign. First was to modernize the look of the website. The second goal was to interconnect the various data points to allow users to easily dive down the rabbit hole when spending time on the site. We also had the chance to collaborate with Rose DiSantos on the designs, which is always a treat for us.

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The Society of Composers and Lyricists

The Society of Composers and Lyricists were looking to bring their web presence into the modern era. Over years of adding small pieces of functionality, the site had become tough to manage. They wanted to consolidate the management of all these different elements. Meanwhile they need to simplify how their members to find news, information, and sign up for events.

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HealthLoop Redesign

HealthLoop.com was ready for a redesign. And since they were already undertaking that task, they also wanted a more intuitive editing process for administrators, editors, and authors of the site on the back end. We were happy to deliver on both fronts.

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MemberPress Rebranding

Caseproof is a developer of premium WordPress plugins like MemberPress. The look of the plugin’s ecommerce site needed a modern refresh. First, we developed a new identity for the Memberpress brand. Then we designed a new theme around the identity to increase sales conversions for the plugin. And with some content and architecture restructuring we developed a better user experience, increasing trust in the brand.

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Innovation Institue Re-engineering

The Innovation Institute had three specific tasks in mind when they asked us to re-engineer their site. They wanted to update the look to a brigher and more welcoming look, they needed to re-architect their content structure, and they needed it all done before a big conference they were attending. We were able to successful accomplish each of those goals.

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Ethical Society of Saint Louis Migration and Redesign

The Ethical Society of Saint Louis wanted to simplify and consolidate their web presence into a single website that was easy for them to manage and even easier for their users to navigate. They’d also recently updated their logo and wanted a website that matched the modernity of this new mark. We were able to weave all their content together into one site, add in a better way for them to manage events, provide a fresh new look, and stay within their desired budget and timeline.

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JWC Environmental Full Redesign

JWC Environmental wanted a major overhaul with a strong emphasis on increasing conversions. We collaborated with all the site’s stakeholders to review and revise structure, content, analytics, and goals, We also developed a new and modern mobile-first interface. Since JWC Environmental is an international company they had many properties on the web. So we migrated all the sites into a WordPress Multisite set up. Also, because of their internationalization, we leveraged user geolocation and language translations to present each user with the best possible home page configuration.

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Dallas Wings

When the WNBA team the Tulsa Shock moved to Dallas and changed their name to the Wings, they wanted to make a big statement, announce their arrival to Dallas, and keep fans updated on news of the transition. To accomplish this they needed to create a transitional website, and they wanted the team who built the Dallas Mavericks website to develop it. We were thrilled to help bring the Wings to Dallas.

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