Hi, I’m Kim, project manager at PIXELovely. Consider me your guide through the digital jungle.
Modern websites often require many specialists working in tandem to create, all speaking in their own industry jargon.
As a programmer who has been through art school, I lead our team of experts in creating the site of your dreams. I’ll translate the techno-babble, shield you from confusion and help you feel confident throughout the process. We have a special emphasis on membership sites, e-commerce, and custom code for custom needs.
Here’s what people say about us:
Kim was by far one of the best vendors I have ever worked with. From beginning to end she had insightful and thoughtful ideas, which she paired with flawless professionalism and a top notch skill set. I was impressed with how well she thought through all aspects of this project, and had a holistic view of the user experience from beginning to end. I would highly recommend Kim, and would be thankful to work with her again!- Kate Kauffman, Senior Account Executive, Harvest PR & Marketing
Kim designed a custom portfolio for my small-business website, and the experience was absolutely superlative. Not only am I over-the-moon happy with the finished product, but, at every stage of the process, Kim proved herself to be a consummate professional with a deep knowledge of how people interact with the web. She's a dream to work with!- Sheila Ashdown, freelance writer and editor
Every experience I've had working with Kim has been a breeze. She has a phenomenal ability to take nebulous and complicated concepts and translate them into clear, understandable and practical solutions. Her upbeat and easygoing personality make her fun to work with. I consider myself really lucky to get the chance to work with her and I happily recommend her to anyone needing an excellent web designer/developer.- Diane Arthur Kukish, Cafe Noir Arts
I was specifically asked by the board members to give a "shout out" [in our member newsletter] to your business since everyone was so pleased with your work!- Pat Acheff, Oregon Association of Professional Landscape Designers