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Screenshot of Colorado Headwaters Land Trust website

The Colorado Headwaters Land Trust, high in the Rocky Mountains, wanted to create an inclusive website that is ADA accessible and available in Spanish.

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Heidi Fryzell

Heidi has joined Ecopixel as UX and Frontend Production Manager, bringing a customer-led perspective to producing and managing websites.

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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.

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Illustration of puzzle pieces representing app integrations

We’re connecting your website with the online tools you use.

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Screenshot of Waterbury, Vermont website

Ecopixel launched an upgraded municipal website for the Town of Waterbury, with an emphasis on web accessibility and easy mobile usage.

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Screenshot showing a fundraising thermometer

Ecopixel helped this nonprofit achieve its fundraising goals by launching its first annual ice-out contest.

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Illustration representing security, showing two hands raising a shield

If it seems like your nonprofit's security requirements keep getting more onerous, it's because attacks are getting more prevalent and serious.

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Screenshot of redesigned Charlotte Land Trust website

Charlotte Land Trust triples the size of their website and goes mobile-friendly in a much-needed website update.

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Screenshot of Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust website

We designed a beautiful, mobile-friendly website for a large land trust serving 23 towns in Massachusetts.

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Screenshot of new LIA website

New website and online features help the stewards of a 237-acre lake surrounded by four towns in northern Vermont.

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Screenshot of Monadnock Conservancy website homepage

A new website for a conservancy that has permanently conserved 21,000 acres in 29 towns throughout southwestern New Hampshire.

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A collage of 6 of the images from new online exhibit

There are many ways to tell the history of women’s suffrage, but a new exhibit on the Clio Visualizing History website chooses to do so through 19 objects.

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