The Daniel Pitino Shelter is the winner of the Red Pixel Studios Sweet 16 Award, narrowly surpassing Puzzle Pieces by receiving 51.2% of votes cast in the final round, with 730 voters participating.The Daniel Pitino Shelter receives an extraordinary website, built with a beautiful RPS Theme using our powerful RPS Framework for WordPress and customized to match their brand.The Red Pixel Studios Sweet 16 Award was created to thank the…
Voting begins today for the Red Pixel Studios Sweet 16 Award, through which the company will award a free website to an area non-profit organization.Red Pixel Studios offers the Sweet 16 Award as a way to thank the Owensboro region for supporting the business for 16 years and is involving the community to help select the winning organization.Eight Owensboro-area non-profit organizations completed an application and are eligible for the award.…
On May 1, 2001 Red Pixel Studios was founded. This year we celebrate our Sweet 16.To thank the Owensboro region for supporting our business for 16 years, we wanted to do something special. We are awarding a free website to an area non-profit organization and involving the community to help select the organization.Owensboro-area non-profit organizations will complete an application for the opportunity to win the Sweet 16 Award. Red Pixel Studios…
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 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
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
For 2014, The International Bar-B-Q Festival is back along the banks of the Ohio River, after the incredible transformation of Owensboro’s Riverfront with the renovation of Smothers Park and the completion of the new Owensboro Convention Center and Hampton Inn.
Along with the new setting, the Bar-B-Q festival has a new Web site at bbqfest.com, designed and developed by Red Pixel Studios. more: New surroundings, Web site for Bar-B-Q Festival
Baptist Health Madisonville has launched My Baptist Baby, a new, free application for the iPhone. Designed for women before, during and after pregnancy, the app is available immediately for download from the App Store and can be installed on any generation iPhone or iPod touch.
The colorful app created for Baptist Health Women’s Care includes preconception information for women thinking about having a baby, information for pregnant women, and useful material for moms after the baby is born. more: Baptist Health Women’s Care Launches 'My Baptist Baby' App
The Hopkinsville-Christian County Convention & Visitors Bureau has a new Web site, designed and developed by Red Pixel Studios.
The site, at visithopkinsville.com, highlights all the great things to do in Hopkinsville – a city with a wealth of adventure, history and mystery. With listings centered on where to play, eat and stay, plus an easy-to-use calendar filled with events and festivals, the site delivers a comprehensive guide to Hopkinsville and Christian County. more: Hopkinsville launches a new Web site to promote tourism
The Bluegrass, Blues & Barbecue Region of Western Kentucky launched a new Web site today to promote the wealth of tourism activities in the area.
The site, at bbbregion.com, features a robust events calendar filled with the numerous events and festivals for which the region is famous. In addition, the site provides an abundance of things to do in the region – with a focus on the numerous opportunities for outdoor adventure – as well as places to stay, eat and shop. more: Bluegrass, Blues & Barbecue Region launches all-new Web site