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Happy Holidays from Ethical Pixels

As the Christmas decorations have already been up in M&S for the last few weeks, we can only conclude that the holiday season is once again upon us! In all truth, we love the Christmas period, and would like to extend our heartiest holiday greetings to our amazing clients, dedicated suppliers, and supportive partners.

It’s been a whirlwind of a year since we embraced our new identity as Ethical Pixels. During this time, we’ve doubled down on our commitment to harness technology as a force for good, aligning our efforts with the robust ethical statement that forms the backbone of our mission. With each project and partnership, we’ve strived to weave in our ethos of positivity, sustainability, accessibility, honesty and integrity.

In celebration of our journey and the festive season, we’re excited to share this year’s Christmas card design, titled ‘A very pixel-y Christmas’.

In amongst the web design work you know us for, our feline companions feature too. This is because we all have cats and they’ve become an inseparable (and for some of you, an all-too-familiar) part of the Ethical Pixels experience. We’ve also been working to give back to our feline friends (more on this next year).

We also thought it would be fun to share some alternative pixel-art designs that capture the hilarious havoc our furry friends would wreak if left unattended in the office for just a matter of minutes!

As we step into the holiday season, we hope these designs bring a smile to your face as they did to ours. 

May this Christmas end the present year on a cheerful note and make way for a fresh and bright New Year. Here’s to a season filled with warmth, comfort, and good cheer!

See you on the other side! 🎄 

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Ethical Pixels

We create award-winning websites and User Experiences with an ethical focus.

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