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...read 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:read 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...read 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...read more
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.read more
Progressive Web Apps (PWA) continue to gain popularity within the tech community and are on course to become an integral part of app development. PWAs use modern web techniques to deliver a native app-like experience to users. While some companies like Twitter and...read more
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 . . .read more
Who ARE we? You may have noticed that we changed our logo. We felt it was time to revise our design so it continues to represent our unique blend of art and logic while also connoting the kind of strong, solid, and innovative work we do. How to achieve this goal sparked some amazing conversations about who we are . . .read more
Art+Logic announces the launch of a new software incubator called the Art+Logic Lab. This incubator lab will focus on developing a working prototype of a selected software project. This first iteration of the lab will target the music technology and professional audio...read more
Milestone-driven software development is Art+Logic’s proprietary, iterative development process based on proven agile principles. Each iteration contains all phases of a project: requirements gathering, design, implementation, testing, and delivery. Software is built incrementally from the start of the project instead of trying to deliver it all at once. This approach helps teams respond to unpredictability by promoting consistent and frequent opportunities for feedback.read more
At its simplest, a blockchain is a distributed database of transactions that are cryptographically linked to form an incorruptible chain. Transactions are grouped together at intervals to create a 'block.' Every new block depends on its ancestor block being unaltered....read more
I’ve had the pleasure of working with many internal development teams in my career in software development. For our company, working in partnership with internal development teams is, in fact, a common project type. Clients call on our particular services for any...read more
Disruption has been the buzzword in tech for the last half a decade or so, and I thought it might be interesting to detail how disruption has personally changed my life as it simultaneously changed the fashion industry. First, let’s define a few terms: Ready to wear...read more
Prior to the release of The Jazz Singer in 1927, live musicians accompanied motion pictures in movie theaters. After the integration of synchronized sound, live musicians were no longer necessary. Protesting this technological advancement that took away their jobs,...read more
I may live to regret this analogy. But let’s consider this a PSA for the purpose of maintaining your software application . . . perhaps co-sponsored by your local ASPCA or Animal Rescue. I frequently find that clients think of their applications like a very heavy...read more
Amid the OS updates rolled out last week, one of the iOS updates may have passed by the casual observer or novice application developer with little notice. iOS 11 no longer supports 32-bit applications. Technically, there’s no reason to not support 32-bit...read more
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.
To set up a meeting, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or send a Direct Message on Twitter to @artandlogic.
A Practical guide to Mining and Transferring Tokens of Your Own Private Cryptocurrency "Which cryptocurrency is better? Mine, of course! Please don't make me sign up to another service, just let me trade Ether and create Tokens ..." Like many old-school developers, my...
Last time, we got into the nitty-gritty on how to make your web application into a Progressive Web Application (PWA to its friends). I promised we'd dig even deeper this time, and show you how to make your web app a little more 'native' on Android - and how to deal...
It's project kickoff time, and you're having a conversation with your client about what form the application will take: Client: I'm thinking mobile app. Our users will definitely be using this on the go. Dev: Sure, we can do a native mobile- Client: Mind you, we'll...