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Latest posts.

Trick or Treat design elements and animations

In this blog post, we will pull out some of the design elements and animations and talk about them. We really enjoyed this project because it allowed us to add in many fun things; we added a lot of animations to give that extra special ingredient in our cauldron to make it a potent potion.

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Meet our new developer, Talie

Here's a little Q&A with our lovely new full-time developer, Talie 🥳🎉🐰. We went out for some celebratory drinks last night hence the question towards the end hehe 🍻.

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Dynamic social images with Nuxt, Cloud Functions and Cloudinary

Every little helps when trying to get your content noticed on social media, and having an eye-catching sharing image could be the difference between getting someone passing you by or someone clicking through. This post will guide you by creating dynamic social sharing images unique to each page/post using Firebase cloud functions, Cloudinary and Nuxt.

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Pixelhop new website walk through

We recently released a new version of our site. The goal was to better showcase our skills, personalities and values as a company. It was super fun to design and build, so we thought we would walk you through some details about our favourite bits.

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Pixelhop update 🐰

Well it's been quite some time, months have passed since our last blog post. A hell of a lot has happened in the world over the past year we thought we should give an update on some changes we've had at Pixelhop. I suppose I should start where we left off and update on our side project- Be the Forest.

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Master Plan - 7 Projects / 28 Weeks

Zef and I are constantly talking about different ideas and "things" we want to build and projects we want to start. Over the years we have started countless side projects but have finished only a few. It's hard to keep side project momentum around busy lifestyles and full-time jobs.

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