Thank you so much! Our work together helped me take my site from overflowing and confused, to a streamlined system to help women get the transformation they are looking for, while making my life more simple, streamlined, and my message more powerful. Thank you for all the work you have done! Thank you thank you. For being in my camp, for being my sister and the dynamic tech Shakti I SO need in my life..
Speech Writing, Video recording and editing.
I contacted Elena from Love Pixel when I was needing help with my book cover and back. My friend had told me how talented Elena is and to contact her. I am so glad I took my friend’s advice.
Elena designed the book cover with me while we were on Skype. She kept me in the process of designing the book cover. I loved how she dove right in, and pulled all the important information and essence of who I am and my message, and connected with me. Elena got a real feel for who I am. Then she created the most perfect and beautiful cover for me.
I was and am amazed and impressed with her process.
I love how she honored me and my message.
I most highly recommend Elena to anyone and I will be using her talents again.
Thank you Elena!!
You are truly THE BEST!!!!!!
I had been cultivating my healing arts practice for many years. I felt that my practice began to integrate and was ready for me to share with more that just word of mouth. I first knew Elena personally as a friend. She has always been honest, caring, creative, and loving in all the personal interactions I have had with her. When I found out that about the work she does I knew she was the person I wanted to help me with getting my message out to the public. I am very thankful that I followed my intuition! Elena and Love Pixel by Design has been incredible from the initial interviewing process, through the creative process and technical completion. Every aspect of the process was conducted with full on loving support, prompt/timely management of all the tasks, and complete prowess to all the aspects to supporting success. What impresses me is how she has been able to integrate the yin/yang-masculine/feminine aspects of this process with such ease and love. Thank you Elena and to your staff for your help and guidance. It has been a wonderful experience and look forward to more endeavors in the future.
“We’re sitting in the car again. It’s time to drop him off, and I don’t want him to go, because there is so much I need to say about how I’m feeling, about how much I love him, and how much the way he acts hurts me. We sit in silence.
My mind races with 100 different variations on what I want to say, searching for a way of sharing my truth without hurting him. 20 minutes later I realize I haven’t said a word out loud, and neither has he. Just running in painful circles in my mind. We do this for another 30 minutes, manage some incredibly awkward goodbyes, and that’s it. Well, except for the part where I beat myself up for not talking about the things that really need to get talked about, the things that really matter about our son, my fears about his drinking, our love, and about the life together that I so desperately want to be real.”
Maybe it only lasted an hour, or 10 minutes, or 6 months. Or maybe it was one that paralyzed you so deeply that you thought you may never escape? That the silence might actually rob you of your ability to breathe, to converse, to exist?
One such moment was this one. In the car, shortly before Alex was born. Moments like this were daily bread in 2010. I'll share more about WHY I'm telling this particular story after the story.
“We’re sitting in the car again. It’s time to drop him off, and I don’t want him to go, because there is so much I need to say about how I’m feeling, about how much I love him, and how much the way he acts hurts me.
We sit in silence.
My mind races with 100 different variations on what I want to say, searching for a way of sharing my truth without hurting him.
20 minutes later I realize I haven’t said a word outloud, and neither has he. Just running in painful circles in my mind.
We do this silent dance for another 30 minutes. Neither of us willing to break the moment of paralysis. Finally, we manage some incredibly awkward goodbyes, and that’s it.
Except for the part where for the next 24 hours I beat myself up relentlessly for not talking about the things that really need to get talked about. For not asking about the things that really matter about our unborn child, my fears about his drinking, our love and the sickness that permeates it, and about the life together that I so desperately want to be real.”
I approached Elena and Love Pixel by Design because I wanted to launch my small company at a trade fair in Calgary, but I had no promotional material, except home made posters, which did not look very professional. Elena and Love Pixel by Design was highly recommended to me by the trade fair organizers.
She helped me by guiding me through a process of articulating my business goals, my target audience and much more, things I had never thought about with regard to using my training at the Chopra Center as an actual business.
The result was two-fold: first, she developed amazing, professional looking display materials for the trade fair, which were truly eye catching; and second, she got me thinking like a business owner.
One thing I liked was their ability to take my semi-formed ideas and translate them into meaningful promotional pieces.
I found the experience enlightening and fun. Elena was very easy to work with, and she has been very patient with me as I slowly roll out different aspects of my company's presence, such as email lists and my web page.
I would recommend Love Pixel by Design to people who need expert advice and assistance in developing their business's profile, and promotional material.