pixelshifter designs and builds websites and digital solutions that breathe life and simplicity into your online presence. Melbourne-based and founded in 2000 by Scott Ritchie, pixelshifter has worked with clients in the media, entertainment, property, consumer products, technology, health, hospitality, legal, arts and fashion industries.

As a small, independent company, pixlshifter builds long-term client relationships by working closely and collaboratively.

The aim is always to create an engaging, memorable and intuitive online experience using clean, solid design and technological expertise.

Nowadays, pixelshifter prefers WordPress, the internet’s most widely used content management system. WordPress is secure, functional, accessible, adaptable…and great friends with Google. The Elementor page builder is now the preferred tool of choice for building robust responsive webpages more quickly.

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Constantly inspired by nature, weather, art and space travel. Kept curious by close friends, sudoku and humanity, kept grounded by Lee, family and exercise. Enjoys food (Saturday morning breakfast especially), travel, snow, movies, prawns, the great outdoors, home life and is rarely not within reach of ultimate friend and soul being – The Mighty Wonton.

The metaverse awaits.

exhibition

2008

Heroes – group show
The Autopsy Gallery
St Kilda, Melbourne

2007

Brilliant Refractions
Cube 37 Gallery
Frankston, Melbourne
2 minute looping animation

2007

D&AD Flag Project
online exhibition
contributor with photographer Paul Barbera

2005

Memories Still
Loop Gallery, Melbourne
animation with photographer Elli Ioannou

2004

Digitalcraft
Frankfurt Museum of Fine Art
permanent web archive

2003

Vicious Threads – Adidas
Melbourne Fashion Festival
contributing artist

2002

Macromedia / Adobe
Asia Pacific Site of the Month
pixelshifter.net

2001

Off the Wall – Australian Rock Poster Art 
Melbourne Arts Centre
group show

2000

Outer Limits – New York
Experimental Short Film Festival
Digital Mayhem with Fiona McKerrell

published

2006

Designation
Profiles over fifty of Australia’s most talented emerging and established creative professionals.
As part of the Element Design Collective.

2004

Desktop Magazine
Cover art and profile on Element Design Collective

2003

Desktop Magazine
Feature article “touch the future” – pixelshifter

2003

Liberty Project 
Project conceived and conducted by Ramdane Touhami.

Contributing artists included Adam Pointer, The Designers Republic, eBoy, Geoff Mcfetridge, Groovisions, H5, Jody Barton, Lee Wong, Michael Gillette, pixelshifter, Shandor, Sunday Vision, Tristan Galdos del Carpio, Two Design, Yorgo Tloupas and Zip Design.

2002

WWD07
World Wide Designers 2007