Kampala-based full-service marketing and advertising agency, Pixels Media works with clients to bring their story to life. Founded in 2017 creative strong, the agency specializes in branding, marketing and advertising.

We offer photography, graphics and creative designs, and videography for for you businesses, events and organisations

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[09/27/20]   Good morning Uganda 🇺🇬. Have ever woke up and thought of our future if your in an age of 18-30, do you know that there is a serious global warming. There is climate change and we need to focus on our future for our grand children and our future. We need to discuss on climate change thank you


A brand name is a name given to a brand to identify and differentiate it from others.

Communication is an important aspect of marketing and Brand Name, being an integral part of communication, it is very important to carry out any marketing or branding strategy. People tend to label everything to make it more identifiable and differentiated. They assume various brand values, associations, image, positioning, etc just after encountering the name of the brand. Hence choosing a good brand name is vital.


Can colors affect mood, perception, and even purchasing decisions?
Color psychology is the study of color as a determinant of human behavior.
Artists and designers understand and utilize the power of color to evoke a mood, and even change behaviors.

White: Cleanliness, Purity, Simplicity
Yellow: Happiness, Warmth, Caution
Orange: Affordable, Creative, Fun
Red: Action, Passion, Danger
Pink: Gentle, Romantic, Grateful
Purple: Expensive, Mysterious, Spiritual
Blue: Authoritative, Serene, Dignified
Green: Renewal, Healing, Money
Brown: Calm, Natural, Serious
Grey: Corporate, Practical, Somber
Black: Classic, Formal, Bold


At Pixels, we know exactly what you are talking about and what you are looking for in your business. Trust our methods are you will surely get that break through you business is looking for. Through our creative, professional designs and methods we shall have your business, startup soaring in the sky.


A brand strength, closely related to Brand Equity, is the value that is carried by a brand. It’s essentially a marketing term that denotes the perception of consumers towards the brand or the value invested in it over a period of time.
Though the definition usually varies across organizations, some would like to term Brand Equity as the premium that a company charges because of the reputation and name that it enjoys because of constantly delivering good products that are remembered.



Are you starting out in business or your already on your way to greatness but in need of the right branding material ranging from logo designs to the complex campaigns and more, then you are in luck, Pixels offers you a wide range of marketing, advertising and branding services at affordable rates. How do you start? Well its as simple as liking the page and then inbox us to begin on this amazing journey.


Are you starting out in business or your already on your way to greatness but in need of the right branding material ranging from logo designs to the complex campaigns and more, then you are in luck, Pixels offers you a wide range of marketing, advertising and branding services at affordable rates. How do you start? Well its as simple as liking the page and then inbox us to begin on this amazing journey.






Pixels's cover photo


Pixels's cover photo


All eyes are on the Africa Cup of Nations at the moment – here are the competition's all-time leading scorers, courtesy of statistics website Transfermarkt.com.
According to the website, former FC Barcelona and Cameroon star Samuel Eto'o leads the charts with 19 goals in in 29 matches in the tournament.

1) Samuel Eto'o (Cameroon) – Goals: 19

2) Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast) – Goals: 18

3) Issam Jemaa (Tunisia) – Goals: 15

4) Christopher Katongo (Zambia) – Goals: 15

5) Manucho (Angola) – Goals: 15

6) Asamoah Gyan (Ghana) – Goals: 14

7) Gervinho (Ivory Coast) – Goals: 13

8) El Arbi Hillel Soudani (Algeria) – Goals: 13

9) Salomon Kalou (Ivory Coast) – Goals: 13

10) Stephane Sessegnon (Benin) – Goals: 12


It is the biggest Afcon yet, with 24 teams, and the first to be held in Europe's summer rather than January or February.
The draw was held next to the pyramids of Giza.
The tournament will take place from 21 June to 19 July, meaning Europe-based players will not miss club games.


Pioneer Kenyan Olympian Daniel Matasi Rudisha, the father of 800m record holder David, passed away on Wednesday evening at War Memorial Hospital in Nakuru, 160km northwest of Nairobi, aged 73.

The news was confirmed to Nation Sport by David.
David, who is the Olympic 800m champion and 800m World Record holder, said his father passed away on Wednesday night after he suffered a heart attack.
He said that his father, who was diabetic and high blood pressure, had been admitted at the hospital for the last four days after his kidneys failed.
"He was admitted at intensive care unit and had actually recovered and was in the normal ward," David explained.
"He successfully went through dialysis well on Wednesday and those who visited him left him at 10pm on Wednesday in high spirit. It is shocking that he passed on."
David said his father was due to be discharged Friday.
"He is my hero and the man behind my athletics success" said David.
A grief-stricken David had earlier this week taken to Twitter asking his followers to pray for his ailing father. One of the tweets showed his forlorn face alongside that of his bed ridden father in a hospital ward.


Federation of Uganda Basketball Associations - FUBA

Happy birthday to our national team captain #sliverbacks Stephen Omony aka captain fantastic. Thank you for blessing us with your talent and we are proud of you.


Federation of Uganda Basketball Associations - FUBA

Will Betway Power Rise to reclaim the NBL yard or Will City Oilers still prove they are the best in the League?
What does KCCA leopards have to do to take down JKL dolphins (2018 Champs)?
Do not miss the NBL season 19 opening games!
Book your seat with your #FUBAcard.
VIP seats = 10,000Ugx
Ordinary seats = 5,000 Ugx
Date= 12/04/19

Cc:Power Basketball Club KCCA BasketBall JKL Dolphins Sports Club A1 Challenge Ladies Basketball Club Warriors Basketball Club Kiu Titanz Startimes Falcons NBS Television


Federation of Uganda Basketball Associations - FUBA

The count down is on to the Most electric Basketball League in the country! 🥁 (National BasketBall League (NBL)).
Who is your Favorite to win this years championship?

These are the teams to feature in this years NBL season 2019!
1)JKL dolphins
2) KCCA leopards
3)MUK sparks
4)KIU rangers
5)YMCA lady hamstars
6)UCU lady canons
7)UMU ravens
8)A1 challenge
10)Nkumba marines

1)Betway power
2)City oilers
3)Kampala university
4)KIU titans
5)Sharing youth
7)JKL dolphins
8)Our saviour
9)UCU canons
11)Ndejje university
12)KCCA men.


E Sports Hub Africa

E Sports Hub Africa is organising a series of FIFA 19 tournaments around Metropolitan Kampala starting on the 24 March 2019 with the first taking place on the 24 March 2019. Participants in these series will be required to pay
20,000 ugx stand a chance to win a cash prize, they will also stand to qualify for the main event due the month of June. The final event will involve lots of prizes, cash, game consoles and lots of others. REGISTER NOW. Simply ibox us and get all the neccesary details.


African Champions League is gaining steam as defending champions Esperance of Tunis cross into the quarter-finals. But the Tunisians are not the only ones to have qualified with a match to spare before the end of the group stage.In the CAF Cup, contrarily nothing is going well for the defending champions. It is a must win for Raja of Casablanca on the last day if they intend to join RS Berkane and CS Sfaxien, the first to qualify for the quarter-finals


The future is dawning on us.

E Sports Hub Africa is organising a series of FIFA 19 tournaments around Metropolitan Kampala starting on the 24 March 2019 with the first taking place on the 24 March 2019. Participants in these series will be required to pay
20,000 ugx stand a chance to win a cash prize, they will also stand to qualify for the main event due the month of June. The final event will involve lots of prizes, cash, game consoles and lots of others. REGISTER NOW. Simply ibox us and get all the neccesary details.


Uganda's goalkeeper and captain, Denis Onyango, has warned Tanzania that the Cranes are determined to maintain their unbeaten run in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers when the neighbours meet in Dar es Salaam on 24 March.


Didier Yves Drogba Tébily is an Ivorian retired professional footballer who played as a striker. He is the all-time top scorer and former captain of the Ivory Coast national team.

[03/04/19]   Ethiopian Yomif Kejelcha broke the world indoor mile record when he clocked three minutes 47.01 seconds during an invitational meet in Boston on Sunday.
The 21-year-old smashed the 22-year-old record of 3:48.45 set by Morocco’s Hicham El Guerrouj in 1997.
Kejelcha had come within one hundredth of a second of the record when he clocked 3:48.46 at the Millrose Games in New York last month.
The twice world indoor 3,000 metres champion was also targeting the indoor 1,500m record but narrowly missed it with a 3:31.25.


JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa captain Faf du Plessis scored an unbeaten century to lead his side to a comfortable eight-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the first One-Day International at The Wanderers on Sunday.
After winning the toss and electing to field, South Africa bowled the visitors out for 231 in 47 overs before chasing down their victory target for the loss of two wickets and with 67 balls remaining.Kusal Mendis (60 from 73 balls) top-scored for Sri Lanka before he was one of a trio of victims for leg-spinner Imran Tahir (3-26 in 10 overs), the pick of the home bowlers. Seamer Lungi Ngidi (3-60) also made a solid return to the team after four months on the sidelines through injury.
South Africa never looked troubled in their reply as Du Plessis (112 in 114 balls) and Quinton de K**k (81 from 72 balls) put on 136 at more than a run-a-ball for the second wicket.Du Plessis’ century was his 11th in ODI cricket and continues his fine form in the 50-over format with 259 runs in his last four innings, during which time he has only been dismissed once.The second fixture in the five-match series will be played in Pretoria on Wednesday.Both teams are using the series to fine-tune their selections ahead of the World Cup in England and Wales that starts in late May.



⏰⏰⏰ THE #AfricaLeague HAS ARRIVED!

📺 Watch Game Day 1 action LIVE on http://go.fiba.basketball/ABL_Live


Considered by many to be Africa’s greatest ever football export, this three-time African Footballer Of The Year showed his skill at the beautiful game under the banners of AC Milan, Chelsea and Manchester City.
In an 18 year career, peppered with 193 goals in 411 appearances George Weah has scored some of the most electrifying goals in the sport (including a field-length run for AC Milan against Verona).
During his football career, he played as a striker. His prolific 18-year professional playing career ended in 2003. After beginning his career in his home country of Liberia, Weah spent 14 years playing for clubs in France, Italy, and England.


Africa loves the beautiful game, and the popularity of soccer has created fertile ground for brands to provide funds in the form of sponsorship deals to be associated with the various competitions taking place around the continent. These brands sponsor African soccer and provide funding to take the game forward.
Numerous brands benefit from this, while the competitions themselves require the finances provided by these deals to thrive.
We take a look at 8 big brands that are involved in sponsorship of soccer on the African continent.
1. MTN
2. PPC Cement
3. Orange
4. Standard Bank
5. Samsung
6. Pepsi
7. Coca cola
8. Adidas


The importance of sports has not been sufficiently appreciated by African governments for it to be integrated into their national development plans. There is no doubt that sports could play a critical role in attaining peace, development and stability.
Some African countries have sports policies but the majority are fragmented and uncoordinated. Moreover, the ministries in charge of sports are often sandwiched in other ministries. The ministries or departments in charge of sports suffer from underfunding and are unable to support priority activities, let alone establish and enforce policies. For example, Steiner (2008) noted that the challenges of sports development in Ghana are a result of the fact that activities are limited since they are held but once a year. The athletes at the end of the competition go back to their region and village to wait a year or two for another regional event, making it difficult to develop new talent. In the case of the United Republic of Tanzania, a sports policy has been in place but it has suffered from a lack of implementation (Mwisukha and Mabagala, 2011). In Benin, a sports policy is in place, too, yet the government has no capacity to implement it. In Burkina Faso, there has been progress in implementing its sports policy (Keim and de Coning, 2014). In the case of Kenya, Keim and de Coning (2014) state that sports policies and legislative arrangements are out of date, with poor strategic planning development by the government. The above study noted, however, that the Government of Kenya’s efforts are recognized in areas such as capacity-building and training as well as in providing an enabling environment in which civil society and the private sector could support sports activities. From the study of Keim and Coning (2014), it can be seen that a number of African countries should be assisted to implement their existing policies and a number should be helped to develop realistic and practical sports policies.


The future of esports in Africa is brighter

The eSports industry has grown at a tremendous pace over the past few years. Per a report from Newzoo, total eSports revenue jumped from $493 million in 2016 to $655 million in 2017, and total revenue could exceed $900 million in 2018. Our interactive dashboard for the eSports industry outlines the market’s performance over the past few years, and its outlook for the rest of 2018. You can modify the inputs to see how changes would impact the total market size in 2018.


Sport (Years Played): Boxing (1897-1938)
After becoming the first black heavyweight boxing champion, Jack Johnson faced the undefeated white boxer James Jeffries in 1910. Before they met in the ring, Jeffries took a personal jab at Johnson saying that he was "going into this fight for the sole purpose of proving that a white man is better than a Negro." But in the 15th round of their match, Jack knocked his opponent out and handed Jeffries the first loss of his career. The result triggered riots across the U.S. Johnson was one of the first celebrity athletes, with a lucrative side career endorsing various products; he was also famous for dating white women. In 1913, he was convicted on trumped up charges of transporting a woman across state lines for "immoral purposes," and after living in exile for 7 years, returned to the U.S. and served 10 months in prison. Efforts continue to obtain him a posthumous presidential pardon.


Hawk Eye technology
Just as it sounds, this technology uses 6-7 high-end cameras situated above the field of play (e.g. a birds-eye view) to analyze the flight and trajectory of an object being used in sports competition. Most commonly used in tennis, cricket, rugby and volleyball, Hawk-Eye Technology has been in use since 2006 in tennis and is more accurate than a judges eye.

Benefits of this technology:
Hawk-Eye technology helps to take an error-free decision in cricket, lawn tennis, rugby league, football, and baseball.
This technology has reduced the criticism of the players and spectators about the decision of the match referee.
By analyzing the movement of the balls through this technology, the umpire can take an error-free decision quickly when the game is going on.


Egypt is the most successful nation in the cup's history, winning the tournament a record of seven times (including when Egypt was known as the United Arab Republic between 1958 and 1961). Three different trophies have been awarded during the tournament's history, with Ghana and Cameroon winning the first two versions to keep after each of them won a tournament three times. The current trophy was first awarded in 2002 and with Egypt winning it indefinitely after winning their unprecedented third consecutive title in 2010.
The hierarchy of past number of winners.
Egypt (7)
Ivory Coast(2)
DR Congo(2)
South Africa(1)


A lot of people look for ways to stay fit. In order to burn calories and get achieve your fitness goals, it is imperative that you find the right gym. Unfortunately, not all gyms are the same. There are those gyms that simply don’t match your expectations and your needs. If you plan on working out, it is important to know exactly what you want and what to look for. Here are some 10 important tips that you can use whenever you are planning to sign up in a gym.

1. Do they have the right equipment?
2. Pick the right location
3. It should be clean
4. Do they have the right number of staff?
5. Do they have certified trainers?
6. Offers different types of classes
7. Visit the gym during your preferred time to workout
8. Compare their price with other gyms nearby
9. Always check the culture of the gym
10. Double-check and even triple-check the contract

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