Being small means we need to be multi-skilled, we know our projects and clientele are very niche so we often find ourselves ahead of the curve. It's common for us to be involved in projects where we are breaking new ground and forging into new territory, be it with technology, ideas or design. We let our imaginations drive us forward to create the future now.

Pixel People

There’s nothing wrong with staying small. You can do big things with a small team.

Jason Fried, 37signals founder

Preston Thomas
Preston Thomas

Passionate about all things digital and especially in layering the digital world onto our own real world.

Technical Director creating software solutions for the advertising, events, corporate, tourism and museum sectors. Skills  include concept development, programming and development, 2d and 3D animation, video and audio editing. Currently working on large touchscreens, augmented reality, mobile apps and museum projects.

He has a keen eye for detail and polishes his work to a world class level of awards and accolades he has won.

Co-founded Pixel Project in 2003 to focus on creating innovative digital experiences.
20 Years’ experience in the software industry with 15 years’ experience running a company.
Currently works with local and international clients in the South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, UK and Dubai.
Created solutions for the following high profile brands and museums: Nelson Mandela Foundation, Dubai Frame,  South African Tourism, Microsoft, BMW, Volvo, Woolworths, British Airways, Madame Tussauds, Red bull, Huawei, Olmega, LG, Investec Bank, Standard Bank and SAB Miller

Rahle Dusheiko
Rahle Dusheiko

One of the founders of Pixel Project, Rahle’s focus is interactivity through design. Coming from a background in advertising and multimedia, she has been designing interfaces and interaction for a variety of screens and platforms for over 16 years.

She has also given several talks on UX (user interaction design) about her work with museums and e-learning.

In her role as interaction designer at Pixel Project, she works with the convergence between design, story telling through content and its integration with technology. She creatively brings interaction to life through innovative design that engages and immerses the user in each and every experience.

Rahle’s passion for content to bring meaning int the project means she work closely with clients and content creators to extract the most relevant and engaging material which she then moulds and transforms into meaningful and memorable interactions. 

Pixel Project works with professionalism and truly understands timing on the projects they delivered.

Rane Moodley, Microsoft Windows Product Marketing Manager