Who We Are

Pixels & Pills is dedicated to covering the latest developments, events and technology in the Pharma and Life Sciences digital space. P & P is a media offering sponsored by Zemoga, a leading digital innovation agency. We specialize in the Pharmaceutical category and we want to lead the pack when it comes to bringing change to the Pharma and Life Sciences fields. We’ve won numerous awards for our healthcare work and we pride ourselves in servicing our clients with world class solutions, regardless of the media (but technology really get’s us excited).

If you are interested in participating as a guest blogger…let us know. We love collaboration.

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12 Responses to Who We Are

  1. admin says:

    Thanks for your comment. We’re very much about improving the site and making it better so we welcome the feedback. But could you be more specific on what you think is “sloppy content”? Are you referring to grammar or typos? We try to maintain a conversational tone on the blog so it’s definitely more colloquial than a lot of stuff out there. But what specifically is your concern?

    Sven Larsen,
    Pixels and Pills

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  6. Sona says:

    Great Visual on the Twittersphere and disease states … do you have a similiar one for Facebook?

  7. Sven Larsen says:

    It’s a great idea, Sona. We will have to take a closer look at the Facebook API and see what’s involved in development. Consider it added to our future projects list!

  8. Carmen Gonzalez says:

    Hi Sven:

    I’d be interested in guest blogging on patient recruitment/retention for clinical trials in the pharma world¢‚Ǩ”our company has been in this arena for more than a dozen years. There are many missed opportunities we see committed by pharma companies that involve their internal planning processes, clinical site support measures/tools (or lack thereof), and patient messaging (failure to integrate literacy of target pop., cultual faux pas, wrong media channel, etc.). I’d be happy to submit a blog on any of these topics for posting.

    Keep up the good reporting!


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  10. John says:

    Hello, I am an Android Java and HTML5/Javascript developer who just got done with a contract at one of the bigger digital agencies that deals only with pharma. I found that the company I was working for (very well known) had no idea what it was doing with mobile, much less Android. There is so much work out there that isn’t being done because of mismanagement on the agency level.

    My question is, what are the hurdles one has to get over in order to deal directly with a Genentech or Amgen when it comes to mobile apps? Or is it all an illusion, and the auditing is just something that is required by the client?

    Please any resources.. there is so much work to be done, and the wrong people currently doing it. Badly at that.


  11. Sumit says:


    I am interested in working with you on a project we have coming up at Pharma IQ – can you get in touch?


  12. John says:

    John.drefahl gmail.com