In 2012, wife and husband team Jenn Richey Nicholas and Andrew Nicholas turned their wealth of industry experience and love of making things with people into a business. They knew from the beginning that success meant more than growing a profitable design studio. They wanted to express their commitment to environmental sustainability and social responsibility through their business practices, studio culture, and community involvement.
Now, Jenn is leading Pixel Parlor into its next chapter as CEO. The studio continues to grow and attract a talented crew of creatives, designers, and artists who want to help clients make lasting connections with their audience and actively take part in a global movement of people using business as a force for good.
Being a Certified B Corp means our studio can be a force for good in the world. That means we think about our impact on people and the planet. You may have heard of other B Corps like Patagonia, Warby Parker, and Ben & Jerry’s.
Trust builds a solid foundation for us to dig deep and uncover what makes you unique. The design process should be joyful, dynamic, and shared. We bring our whole selves to the experience so you can do the same. You can expect honesty, empathy, and the feeling like we are on your team.
It’s connected because we are telling stories and stories are built on interlocking pieces that serve each other to lay out an experience that is inviting. Written content and visual content have to work together. Design and development have to be on the same page. And strategy and creativity have to combine to create an experience that resonates deeply with your audience.