Pixelated is ready for this year Chaos Communication Congress!

Pixelated has been testing with real users for the past months and we have a lot usability insights to share with the community at the 33c3. If you are going to the CCC this year, join us at our Hands-on session. Read more ...


Hacknights in Germany, Brazil and Worldwide

We are excited to announce that we have 3 hacknights comming... Read more ...

Renata Nobre 22 June 2016

Pixelated 2016 Roadmap

Between April 19th and 22nd, our team had an awesome week together in São Paulo, Brazil. The main outcome of these days is the following Roadmap. Read more ...

Renata Nobre 1 May 2016

Hacknight session on Pixelated and LEAP

We'll be hosting another Hacknight about Pixelated, LEAP, and all things crypto. The free internet needs you... Read more ...

Felix Hammerl 10 March 2016

PixelState 2016-02

Current threads, news, discussions, and related stuff. Read more ...

Felix Hammerl 12 February 2016

Rails Girls Summer of Code 2016

Pixelated will participate as part of LEAP's application to the Rails Girls Summer of Code. Read more ...

Felix Hammerl 11 February 2016

Hacknight session on Pixelated and LEAP

Hooray, the Pixelated Team is doing another Hacknight session! If you want to become involved with privacy-related project, this is for you. Read more ...

Felix Hammerl 4 February 2016

Brand Identity Workshop

Late on 2014 we've had a workshop to define Pixelated's visual (and brand) identity. This is how it went - and from where things might go. Read more ...

Gabriel Albo 21 July 2015

Pixelated Personas

Aiming for mass adoption makes targetting specific types of users hard, so we've interviewed dozens of people in order to map what personas could represent our users. Here's the result. Read more ...

Gabriel Albo 15 July 2015

Pixelated at FISL

Pixelated was present at FISL in Porto Alegre, Brazil. See the pictures here! Read more ...

Gabriel Albo 14 July 2015

Encrypting is complicated, a mind map

It turns out there's a reason why current email encryption implementations are not easy. On top of all complexities of public and private keys, you want be able to guarantee that a message will not leak unless the sender is ok with it. Here's a mind map of all the combinations we are looking into, plus some explanations. Read more ...

Lourenço P. Soares 24 February 2015

This Email is for the People I Sent it to. Nobody Else.

Most people think of email like sending a letter in the post, a person-to-person communication in a sealed envelope. However, email is more like sending a postcard. Multiple actors have access to the contents and we need to be careful who we ask to convey our communication. Read more ...

Lourenço P. Soares Lisa Junger 23 February 2015