Piksl Design

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Design

With attention to detail and a creative eye, Piksl Design can handle almost any of your graphic design needs:

  • Logos
  • Brochures
  • Flyers
  • Illustrations
  • Signage
  • Ads

Web

From concept and design to coding and launching, Piksl will handle all aspects of building your professional website:

  • Elegant layouts
  • CSS-based designs
  • Browser compliance
  • Ease of navigation
  • Content management
  • Search engine optimization

Programming

Piksl Design has decades of programming experience to develop custom functionality for your site:

  • PHP
  • ASP
  • Perl
  • Javascript
  • Database integration
  • Custom administrative tools

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Overthinking Design: a Piksl Design blog

May 1, 2015

The Art of Juggling

The Art of Juggling

About five years ago I developed a plan. As both a professional juggler and an artist, I noticed that the few pieces of juggling-based artwork I came across were either pretty cheesy, pretty lousy, or both. Occasionally someone offers a well-designed t-shirt, but in order to find that you need wade through a sea of rough illustrations, inside jokes, and bad "ball" puns. Jugglers seem to like that kind of stuff and that's fine. But at the same time, I think many would appreciate something…

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April 21, 2015

When More Is Said, Less Is Heard

When More Is Said, Less Is Heard

Trends come and go, but the words "simple" and "clean" continue to be uttered by designers. These concepts surpass trends and that's because design, unlike fine art, is all about communication. If the message is unclear, the most beautiful of designs is a failure. And that's where people get into trouble. They're very aware of the need to communicate. And there's a lot they want to say. But with each line that gets added to copy, with each element that is placed onto a logo, and with each…

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April 15, 2015

Art Rhymes with Heart

Art Rhymes with Heart

Seven years ago this punk girl entered my life. I'd seen her around church and learned she was in art school. When eventually we bumped into each other, we started chatting. We talked art—specifically, we talked Frida Kahlo. Talking to her was easy. That's not my norm. Soon I got a call. She wanted to do some plein air painting on my property. Climbing the meadow behind my house, she planted her easel and got busy. By the time she was done there was paint across her hands and face…

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