Pixelapes offer web design, graphic design, web hosting, domain registration and logo design in Ireland and Worldwide.

IE, Dublin, Dublin 4

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Key Facts

Clients & Projects: 22
Reviews: 13
Average reviews rating:
4.1 Stars

Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Established: 2005
Joined WWDC: 2007


- Hosting
- Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
- Development
- Branding
- Content and Copy
- Online Marketing


We are a professional design company based in Ireland offering a wide range of business/personal services including web site and graphic design, web hosting, domain name registration, and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). A competitive service for small to medium businesses.

Industry Sectors

Consumer Services, Not for profit / Charity, IT, Entertainment, Professional Services, Media & Communication, Sports & Leisure, Health & Beauty, Other, Building & Construction, Food & Drink

Tends to work with

Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Non-profit Organisation, Private Company, Startup, Entrepreneur, Corporation / Public Company

General location of clients:

Ireland and Worldwide

Content Management System:

PixelApes primarily support use of WordPress Content Publishing system, but also have experience using Joomla and other open source CMS.

We Recommend:

Accountant: McHugh & Associates
Printer: Carrick Print

Recent Projects

  • Distilled Ideas

    Distilled Ideas

    Distilled Ideas creates factually-based multi-platform content for a range of clients. Primarily they are interested in the intersection between Story and Strategy. Dovetailing high quality with high impact, they work with broadcast production companies, NGOs, the public & the private sector. ... Read More



    The Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) is the management authority of the Spanish policy of international development cooperation, and its objective is the promotion, management and implementation of public policies on international development cooperation, aimed at com... Read More

  • Reel Festivals

    Reel Festivals

    Reel Festivals run an annual festival of film, music, art, lectures and more. Reel Festivals needed to expand their website substantially from their previous festival website to include more information on festival events, past festival archives, a private forum for use by the festival organisers... Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 10 Aug, 2011
    Company recommended by reviewer Forget about how professional and friendly the Pixelapes team are, the real proof is in the pudding; take a look at our fantastic new website: www.distilledideas.com *W*o*w* that's impressive pudding if you ask me. Pixelapes...  Read More

    — Distilled Ideas

  • Reviewed on 6 Jul, 2011
    Company recommended by reviewer PixelApes designed a fantastic website for SUPPORT. They had a difficult brief but always came up with constructive solutions and innovative suggestions. Their attention to detail was outstanding and they were always quick to im...  Read More

    Esther Bayliss

  • Reviewed on 24 Sep, 2009
    Company recommended by reviewer Working with Pixelapes was a breath of fresh air. They listened to our needs, came up with excellent options and implemented them promptly. They were really easy to deal with and replied to our queries immediately. Making changes ...  Read More

    Kevin Solon
    — Solon Prints


Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : open, professional, helpful, informative,

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