Madisonville, Frankfort win tourism awards for websites

Two Kentucky tourism websites were honored last week with Traverse Awards by the Kentucky Travel Industry Association at the 2019 KTIA Annual Conference in Covington, Ky.The Kentucky Travel Industry Association presents the Traverse Awards competition to recognize travel professionals for talent, creativity and effectiveness in marketing.Red Pixel Studios designed and developed visitmadisonvilleky.com, which won a Silver Traverse Award, and visitfrankfort.com, which won a Bronze Traverse Award.Entries are judged on individual…

Chamber honors Pablo Gallastegui in 40 Under 40 Class

Congratulations to Pablo Gallastegui for being named one of the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce's 40 Under 40 for 2017. The annual awards program honors young professionals in Greater Owensboro who are making a mark in their careers while also making a difference in the community, shaping the future of Owensboro.The 40 individuals in this year's class stood out as "hardworking, daring, innovative, and going above and beyond to affect…

Red Pixel Studios delivers firsts with apps for Fetta Specialty Pizza, Show-Me’s Check-in feature introduces iBeacon technology to Owensboro

The latest version of the apps for Fetta Specialty Pizza  and Show-Me’s restaurant offers a new feature that enables loyal customers to earn rewards for frequent visits to the Owensboro restaurants.
While check-in and loyalty programs are nothing new, Red Pixel Studios introduced a technology that is a first for the Owensboro area – proximity detection using iBeacons – first with the Fetta app and soon after with the Show-Me’s app. more: Red Pixel Studios delivers firsts with apps for Fetta Specialty Pizza, Show-Me’s

Red Pixel Studios designer earns Best in Show at juried art exhibit

Congratulations are in order after one of our designers, Amanda Shanks, was awarded the Gladys Martin Best in Show in the art category at the Juried Art Exhibit at the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts in Madisonville, Ky. Amanda won for her charcoal on paper “Lady Mary Quite Contrary,” a depiction of Lady Mary Crawley, a character on the BBC series "Downton Abbey." The Best in Show honor came with…

Kenergy unveils new, responsive Web site by Red Pixel Studios

Red Pixel Studios recently designed, developed and launched a new Web site for Kenergy Corp.
Kenergy is a co-operative electricity provider for more than 45,000 homes and 10,000 businesses in Western Kentucky. Kenergy’s members are located in 14 counties and are served by more than 7,000 miles of powered lines.
As the provider of a fundamental need for such a large number of people, Kenergy needed a Web site that its customers could access on any device and would find easy to use no matter their platform. more: Kenergy unveils new, responsive Web site by Red Pixel Studios

White House recognizes Red Pixel Studios client for climate change campaign

One of our clients is being recognized as a Champion of Change today at the White House for their work educating K-12 students and the general public about climate change issues.
Dr. David Lustick is the principal investigator of both the ScienceToGo.org and Cool Science projects.  Red Pixel Studios worked with Dr. Lustick to develop a feature on the ScienceToGo.org site called “PaparOzzie” – a playful interactive app that let users take selfies or other photos, add images of Ozzie and his friends, and share them via social media and email. more: White House recognizes Red Pixel Studios client for climate change campaign

Hopkins County Tourist & Convention Commission wins Traverse Awards

The Hopkins County Tourist & Convention Commission won two awards in the 2013 Kentucky Travel Industry Association’s Traverse Awards for Excellence in Tourism Marketing competition.
The tourism group won first place in the Visitors Guide category for their fold-out brochure, with a cover designed by Red Pixel Studios, and second place in the New Website category for the mobile website at visitmadisonvilleky.com, designed and developed by Red Pixel Studios. more: Hopkins County Tourist & Convention Commission wins Traverse Awards