Your digital ambitions delivered.
And then some.
We deliver projects on time and on budget. Our collaborative approach blends dynamism, creativity and integrity.
Our websites, software products and email newsletters look good for a reason. Our evidence-based approach delivers results.
By delivering a unified view of client data and systems, we always create a catalyst for digital change.
Using ReadyMembership, we built a forward facing platform for DFK International, a leading global association for professional advisory firms.
This client had a very visionary brief. We were approached to consolidate websites across 60 countries into a unified, yet tailored, member experience for the Alternative Investment Management Association.
The brand new website for Twins Trust formed part of a broader project, involving style guideline development and strategic guidance on how best to position fundraising activities within their membership base.
Alex Skinner, Chief Executive
“We’re committed to delivering exactly what we promised, and then some. With our transparent and collaborative approach, we work with our clients to build long-standing, trusted digital partnerships.”
Our innovation for this NFP-sector project resulted in a bespoke multi-level access solution, scalable table planning, and WorldPay integration.
Events are often the most valued and memorable part of the membership experience. We have a tailored events solution to help your events programme shine. With our events platform you can provide a personalised experience, from promotion to registration and beyond.
The countdown is over... ReadyMembership delivers quick results and supports your ambitions to grow your membership base, income and digital services.
Robbie Fulton, Head of Operations
The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed
“There is a sense of excitement and change when we work with Pixl8. They have really translated our organisational ambitions. The work they have delivered has made a massive difference to how we operate within the organisation.”