Name: Chris London
Address: 1600 Sky Park Drive, Suite 201, 97504 Medford
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Clients & Projects: 5
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Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2010
WHY CHOOSE PIXEL PRODUCTIONS?
We know businesses have a lot of choices when it comes to partnering with a design company, so what makes Pixel Productions different? Good questionâ€¦ Pixel is a well-established design company, not so small that you need to worry about where weâ€™ll be in a year or two and not so large that youâ€™ll be passed off to an account rep.Secondly, there are no surprises with us. We make sure our clients have a good understanding of the design process, development schedule and costs involved to achieve project bench marks.
Industry SectorsFood & Drink, Professional Services, Automotive, Entertainment
Tends to work withPrivate Company, Corporation / Public Company, Startup
General location of clients:United States
Casa de Case
Distributor of high quality Italian Olive Oil. This was an eCommerce solution and brand identity facelift for Casa de Case. We created a custom eCommerce site on the BigCommerce platform that they could use for both wholesale and retail sales. Read More
The Pawn Stars
The History Channelâ€™s break away hit, Pawn Stars, is one of the most-watched shows on cable TV. The show focuses on the dealings of a family-owned business called the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, run by three generations of the Harrison family: Rick, his son Big Hoss, and Rickâ€™s dad, The Old Man. Pe... Read More
Pennzoil 10 Minute Oil Change Medford
Medford's Pennzoil 10 Minute Oil Change promotes trust, reliability, and service for customers. Pennzoil team members are knowledgeable about your vehicle and do their best to make sure your services are expertly performed as quickly as possible. Finding the time to service your vehicle can be a cha... Read More
Are You Referencing a Website or Copying a Website?
Being able to determine the difference between using a site as reference and blatantly copying a website seems like a clear case of common sense. So, why does it seem that when it comes to material online, so many people are making the decision to just â€śtakeâ€ť what they find?