This video game will attempt to change the behavior of patients having suicidal thoughts through cognitive bias modification (CBM) therapy. The hope is to create a cost effective and widely accessible alternative through modern technologies.
Design Refresh with New Logo and Branding Elements
The award-winning website we designed in 2012 is getting a facelift to show off Discovery Green's new logo (designed by MMI), color palette, fonts and modern image.
Helping Consumers Stay Smart and Avoid Mistakes
Question Big is designed to give industry professionals the tools to communicate and build trust with consumers. Community users submit questions for industry experts to provide relevant advice or answers. Content is rated by the community and displayed in order of popularity.
Mascot Character Designs and Website Development
Brilliant Energy is a Houston-based retail electricity provider that has served Texans since 2007. They contacted our studio to create their mascots, The Professor and Beep, to guide customers through their product offerings. We'll also be designing and developing their upcoming website and customer portal.
COVENANT COMMUNITY CAPITAL
Logo and Responsive Website Design
This Houston non-profit enhances the beauty, safety, and economic vitality of low-income communities. Bouncing Pixel is designing Covenant's new logo and create a responsive website for this rebranding project.
Behavior Change Web Application for Kids
This web application was developed as a self-help tool for children who experience chronic tic disorders. This project is funded by a National Institutes of Health grant.
Responsive Website for Online Mortgage Portal
Our team produced a new responsive website for this industry leader in FHA mortgage lead generation. For years, our team has used everything we know about SEO, user experience, and lead generation to help make this company a leader in its field.
Center for Technology in Teaching and Learning Virtual Clinical Trials - 'Teens and Depression'
This game is part of the Virtual Clinical Trial series of Web Adventures, free online educational games produced for Rice University. Bouncing Pixel worked closely with researchers at Rice's Center for Technology in Teaching and Learning to create games with two primary educational goals; to increase students' science and health knowledge and to inspire those students to pursue science related careers.
Scientific methods and process skills are used as students learn how to design and conduct a trial, the underlying neuroscience behind the medical advances being tested, and the related careers involved. In "Teens and Depression," players set up a Phase 3 clinical trial to test a new antidepressant for treating teenagers with major depressive disorder.