This microsite promotes Cottonelle's #LetsTalkBums Twitter campaign and features a haiku writing contest in conjuction with the Dad 2.0 Summit.
Responsive Website for Online Mortgage Company
Our team produced a new responsive website for this industry leader in military veteran mortgages. For years, our team has used everything we know about SEO, user experience, and lead generation to help make this company a leader in its field.
Science Games for Kids
Our game development gurus are working closely with researchers at Rice's Center for Technology in Teaching and Learning to create online educational games. These games are designed to inspire students to pursue careers in science.
Portfolio Website for Consulting Studio
Work recently began on custom web development project for Burditt, a firm dedicated to improving outdoor environments and quality of life issues.
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Community Website for Creative Professionals
We're working with the OiH Board of Directors and AAF-Houston to design and launch a new community website for this organization of creative professionals.
Grammaropolis is a fresh, fun, and exciting way to learn about the parts of speech. Within the world of Grammaropolis, cartoon characters are used to represent nouns, verbs, adjectives, and other parts of speech. Bouncing Pixel created the new Grammaropolis website as part of the company's launch of its educational subscription service.
What the Client Said
"The new Grammaropolis is live! Thanks so much to Mckee, Jon, and the rest of the geniuses at Bouncing Pixel for their fantastic work. And if anyone out there has a startup with web development needs, I couldn't recommend Bouncing Pixel more strongly.
"What I appreciate about Jerald--aside from the quality of work he HAS done for me--is the integrity he has shown over the last couple of years in advising me NOT to pursue certain projects with Bouncing Pixel. He is not interested in business for the sake of business. Jerald has proven that he is concerned with what is best for the long-term interests of his clients, regardless of whether those interests include his company."