Ecopixel collaborated with the Town of Richmond, Vermont on a fresh, colorful website design that reflects the town's natural surroundings.
Shelburne Food Shelf is a food pantry that serves a Vermont town with a population of about 8,000 people. Their colorful new website is accessible and easy to navigate.
We've launched a major website redesign for longtime customer Stowe Land Trust! Ecopixel has served this Vermont land trust's website needs for 18 years.
The Colorado Headwaters Land Trust, high in the Rocky Mountains, wanted to create an inclusive website that is ADA accessible and available in Spanish.
Heidi has joined Ecopixel as UX and Frontend Production Manager, bringing a customer-led perspective to producing and managing websites.
Join our growing team! As a Customer Success Manager, you’ll wear a variety of hats while providing best-in-class service to our customers.
We’re connecting your website with the online tools you use.
Ecopixel launched an upgraded municipal website for the Town of Waterbury, with an emphasis on web accessibility and easy mobile usage.
Ecopixel helped this nonprofit achieve its fundraising goals by launching its first annual ice-out contest.
If it seems like your nonprofit's security requirements keep getting more onerous, it's because attacks are getting more prevalent and serious.
Charlotte Land Trust triples the size of their website and goes mobile-friendly in a much-needed website update.
We designed a beautiful, mobile-friendly website for a large land trust serving 23 towns in Massachusetts.