PixelSpoke works

with credit unions and forward-thinking companies to attract & engage their market.

Credit Unions

How do credit unions continue to delight their members and remain their primary financial institution when branch traffic is declining? Learn More »

Cooperatives & Member Associations

How can member-driven organizations cut through the noise and delight their members? Learn More »

Progressive Businesses

How do businesses that wants to do well and do good create a clear and compelling message to attract their ideal customers? Learn More »
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Redesigns

Your website is the hub of your marketing efforts and often the most tangible expression of your company's core beliefs and customer engagement approach.

Brand and Identity

We specialize in creating strong and vibrant brands designed to reach our clients' unique audiences.

Microsites & Campaigns

We specialize in producing highly engaging marketing campaigns that span email, ads, collateral and microsites designed to reach a targeted audience with focused content.
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Located in downtown Portland, Oregon, PixelSpoke combines artistic ability with a metric-based approach to website development. This winning formula of designing visually appealing websites, and using web analytics to improve design performance, helps us generate results for our clients and establish long-lasting relationships.
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PixelPerspectives

Latest from the PixelPerspectives Blog

Confessions of a Credit Union Strategic Planner — Podcast

Jim This, a strategic planner with over 20 years experience guiding credit unions in their strategic thinking, offers his insights about how to create a remarkable member experience, why being small is not the same thing as being local, marketing to millennials, and specific examples of credit unions that have created breakthrough strategies. Cameron’s Top Takeaways: It’s easier to advertise for rates than service. … Continue reading

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