Pixel Sweatshop was created in 2008 in Victoria, British Columbia Canada. It quickly established a proven track record successfully working in NGO, government and public sector environments developing and implementing mission-critical web applications. Our diverse team gives us a broad expertise in modern information architecture which allows us to manage multi-faceted projects and achieved outcomes under constrained timelines.

At Pixel Sweatshop, we focus entirely on website design and scalable, high-performance Drupal development. We have strong commitment and a deep history of supporting open source technology.

Our development team has built a wide range of applications for small to large, multinational organizations. Some of those applications include: client relationship management (CRM) systems, commerce applications, donor/fundraising applications, learning management systems (LMS), staff/client intranets, social collaboration software, document/file management applications, event management systems, geo-spatial tools and project management applications

We are most proud of our Code for Change program. It is a unique in-kind donation program created to support select charitable organizations. Every year, we set aside 10% of our profits to put towards the Code for Change program. As part of the program, we will match organizations dollar-for-dollar, up to a maximum of $10,000 of in-kind support to help broaden their reach through web, social and print media. The goals of the program are to help charities: increase accessibility to available services for marginalized individuals; increase the capacity for organizations to operate effectively using online communication; and lower organizational core operating costs. The Code for Change program has donated over $500,000 of in-kind support to charities, nonprofits and community programs in Canada and around the world.

Some of our clients include:
Boys and Girls Club of Greater Vancouver, Quadra Village Community Centre, Innovative Communities.Org, Alexandra Neighbourhood House, Sooke Region Community Health Initiative, Pacific Centre Family Services, Catching the Spirit Youth Society, Victoria Women's Sexual Assault Centre, Edward Milne Community Centre, Leave Out Violence (LOVE), Old Strathcona Youth Society, West Vancouver Community Centre Services, Victoria Brain Injury Society, Mary Manning Centre, Association of Neighbourhood Houses of BC, Gateway Theatre of Richmond, District of Saanich, Village of Lions Bay, BC Blind Sports, Alberta Food Banks, Huggs Canada, Watershed Watch Society, Safe City Mississauga, Greater Victoria Police Victim Services, Canadian Congenital Heart Alliance, ABC Head Start Society, Night Hoops Basketball Society, McGill University, The Yoga Outreach Society, Canadian Society for Social Development, Pi Theatre, Intercultural Women's Education Network, Lake Winnipeg Foundation, Nanaimo Brain Injury Society, Financial Fundamentals, Cowichan Green Community Foundation  and many more.

Phones, tablets, desktop computers, TV’s, and video game consoles all have different capabilities related to how content is displayed. Responsive web design is a technique that allows content to adjust to the size of the device that accesses the information. This gives the visitor and you the ability to view and manage your website from any device, anywhere, at anytime all the while having the same experience.