Bouncing Pixel
an interactive design studio

On the Front Burner

We're busy and happy to be working with such wonderful clients. Here are a few projects that are currently on the drawing board or have been recently added to our portfolio:


Quanta’s Code of Ethics and Business Conduct guides its employees to do the right thing, every time. Bouncing Pixel is turning this company framework into a motion graphics presentation for the Quanta Services family. This is one of several on-boarding and training videos for their employees.

Quanta Services


Grammaropolis, dubbed the Schoolhouse Rock of the 21st Century, helps kids understand the tricky rules of grammar using animated characters that represent different parts of speech. Bouncing Pixel is creating "Punctuate This!" -- the latest animated content for the award-winning website.

Grammaropolis - Punctuate This!


Bouncing Pixel is designing and developing, a web application for property owners and providers in the blossoming small cell industry. Using Google's Mapping API, our team is creating an installation marketplace for these low-powered radio access nodes.


Bouncing Pixel recently completed the redesign of the Children's Museum of Houston home page to reflect the excitemetn and energy kids can expect during their visits. Our team used the museum's creative architectural expression and exhibits as inspiration for the online experience.

Children's Museum of Houston


Our team developed an intervention to enhance communication in households that have a teen with type 1 diabetes. We did this by designing a custom website with an animated relational agent who asks questions to families participating in the study and recording their reponses.

Children's Nutrition Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine


The award-winning website we designed in 2012 received a recent facelift to show off Discovery Green's new logo (designed by MMI), color palette, fonts and a modernized brand. Our custom hosting setup scaled many times over to handle traffic spikes during the park's Super Bowl 51 events.

Discovery Green


This behavior change web application was created as a self-help tool for children who experience chronic tic disorders. This project was funded by a National Institutes of Health grant and co-developed with the team at Aleberry Creative. Behavioral researchers are currently testing it with patients.



These animated educational clips were designed to help homeowners and homebuyers understand the common and, sometimes, complex terminology used by lenders. Approximately 80 of these animations are underway and are being promoted through websites, blogs, and social media.

FHA Mortgage Terminology