PixieBrix, a Low-Code Platform Secures $3.5M to Let Users Customize Any Site on the Web

PixieBrix is the first low-code platform of its kind. It allows users to modify the interface of any website. The company closed $3.5M in seed funding led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA) with additional participation from Tableau co-founder Chris Stolte, DataRobot CEO Dan Wright and Paul Holland, General Partner at Foundation Capital.


Despite the vast availability of developer-focused and AI-driven tools for workflow automation, productivity is still stunted as these tools are designed for specific users without the opportunity for customization. PixieBrix is democratizing web customization to give anyone the power to customize any site on the web.

With PixieBrix, developers, sales and marketing professionals, data scientists, knowledge workers, anyone can easily add or modify various UX elements for richer, customized functionality on any site while preserving the site's native look and feel.

PixieBrix works as a Chrome web browser extension but comes with a set of building blocks or Bricks that can be combined to create custom integrations and workflows. Integrations developed within PixieBrix can interact with any website the user visits.

"This new layer of functionality doesn't just improve sites for individual users but also creates a new level of stickiness for the sites themselves," added PixieBrix CCO and co-founder Mike Mirandi. "We're rendering the web more valuable for all."

With PixieBrix, which offers enterprise-grade access, security and auditing controls, users can:

  • Customize any web interface through panels, buttons, fields, menus and more

  • Automate repetitive actions

  • Engage with RPA, AI and other APIs

  • Share their custom bricks and extensions in the PixieBrix Marketplace

"PixieBrix is giving control back to the user and taking the web to a place it's never been before, where anyone, even those without coding skills, can customize the entire user experience of any site," said PixieBrix CEO and co-founder Todd Schiller. "We're like Wix for sites you don't own."