The winner of Art+Logic’s first annual software Incubator Lab is Scott Hawley, PhD., Associate Professor of Physics at Belmont University in Nashville. Dr. Hawley submitted a machine-learning based app that uses neural networks and Deep Learning to allow producers and composers to train their own systems to help classify, organize, and query their datasets of samples and loops. This project will allow musicians and producers the ability to train their systems to use their own tags and criteria. (more…)
Art+Logic will reveal the winner of their first annual Software Incubator Lab at Summer NAMM. The company received over a dozen submissions, many with cutting-edge ideas that could have a major impact on the pro-audio community. After carefully reviewing the submissions, narrowing them down to a select few, and speaking with the top three finalists, Art+Logic has selected the winning project. This incubator will focus on developing a working prototype of a selected software project. (more…)
Art+Logic recently acquired Accomplio, one of the leading product development firms in San Francisco.
For several years, now, since before the term Internet of Things came into vogue, Art+Logic has been developing IoT-type software solutions for our clients. With the acquisition of Accomplio, a leading product development firm specializing in hardware and software for IoT devices, we now offer the services of a more complete IoT practice. In addition to developing the necessary software for a project, we can now deliver integrated connected-device solutions for both enterprise and consumer markets. (more…)
Creating a pitch deck can be overwhelming, so naturally, we turn to the internet to give us some sound advice. We’ve all read articles examining “Pitch Deck Examples from Successful Startups” with Airbnb usually listed at the top. Unfortunately, these articles have lead entrepreneurs to believe there’s a simple formula for building a pitch: replicating Airbnb’s deck.
Here are three reasons why you shouldn’t copy Airbnb’s deck: (more…)
At its most basic level, blockchain is a digital-distributed ledger that people around the world can use to exchange information or anything else of value, such as money, titles, contracts, music, video, energy, etc., through encrypted, secure transactions. Businesses are beginning to take a keen interest in blockchain and how it may transform the way they interact with their customers.
So, what is blockchain? How can this new technology change the way we do business? (more…)
Art+Logic was named one of the “Top Creative, Design, and Development Companies in Los Angeles 2018” by Clutch.
Our accolades were in the categories of Software Developers, Graphic Designers, Digital Design Agencies, and .NET Developers. According to Clutch, companies are selected based on their proven “ability to deliver high-quality services that their clients praise.”
Thank you to our clients for their support and reviews of our work, and congratulations to everyone at Art+Logic.
Once again, Art+Logic will have folks attending the annual South by Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas. If you’re there and want to speak with someone from our sales, engineering, or recruiting groups, we’ll be attending from March 9-14.
The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to drive change and innovation across many industries. In the world of IoT, devices collect and exchange data with each other, making it easier to analyze massive amounts of information accurately and more efficiently.
Progressive Web Apps (PWA) continue to gain popularity within the tech community and are on course to become an integral part of app development.
About 10 years ago, Art+Logic christened its homebuilt project tracking and management system. At our Annual Conference that year, we voted on the name “Trantor.” I’m not a sci-fi nut like most of my colleagues but apparently the name comes from Isaac Asimov’s Foundation Series. Trantor was a planet which, in Asimov’s world, was at the center of the galaxy. Although I haven’t read the series, I do love that our company continues to celebrate and imbue in its culture all things geek.
We migrated all of our old project data over to Trantor and since then have been using the robust application as the backbone to our proprietary project management technique. It is a massive enterprise application, integrated with every division here at Art+Logic and, at this time, rightfully embodies its namesake. (more…)