PixieBrix Pulls in $5.4M Series A to Scale Low-Code UX Platform

July 26, 2022
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User experience and user interface (UX/UI) design is a new wave of digital customization. The practice allows designers to build interfaces for everyday machines like computers and cell phones that focus on enhancing the user experience. This methodology, in turn, makes complicated technology more user-friendly, and the sector is growing.

New York-based PixieBrix is one of the newest UX/UI design platforms entering the space. Since launching last July, the company has raked in $9 million in funding, including its recently announced $5.4 million Series A round. The Series A announced on Tuesday comes from New Enterprise Associates (NEA).

PixieBrix’s low-code platform aims to make it easier for users to customize any browser or web application. Through PixieBrix, users can do things like build out interactive content such as notification badges and send data from one app to another.

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With its new capital, PixieBrix is scaling its platform offerings to add “real-time interactive content into any application and bring information and actions with you across applications as you work,” according to a company statement.

“Enterprise walled gardens cant evolve fast enough to meet rapidly changing business needs,” PixieBrix CEO Todd Schiller said in a statement. “PixieBrix is the scalable way for everyone to elevate the tools they already use to drive productivity, experience and outcomes.”

While PixieBrix did not disclose intentions to hire with its recent funding raise, the company is currently hiring for a few open engineering roles.


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