Find me a person who has no issues with the medical industry and I’ll find you a pig that can fly. There isn’t a person around who isn’t disturbed or appalled by the industry for one reason or another. These reasons range from misleading or inaccurate information,...read more
On January 15th, the 9th District Court ruled against Domino’s Pizza in a case that, if you are paying attention, telegraphs a topic that should be on every website, web application and mobile application developer’s mind. The court found that websites, web...read more
This was my fifth CES in ten years, and it definitely felt busier than ever. The exhibit halls, ballrooms, and conference facilities were packed with all sorts of goodies every hour of every day, at hotels up and down the Vegas Strip — not just at the Las Vegas Convention Center and the Sands Expo. As always,read more
As we near the end of the year, we thought it might be fun to share with you a list of the books we’re reading at Art+Logic. So here, in no particular order, is what we’re reading: Paul Hershenson is reading Landscape Turned Red: The Battle of Antietam by Stephen W....read more
The Dilemma: As Hamlet so famously asked, “To be or not to be, that is the question.” Today, the decision to pick the right software solution for your business often comes with much stress and excitement and the following question: To build or not to build? Now, why...read more
“Hardware is the new app” is something you hear regularly in the Silicon Valley. And it really is a valid statement. With the introduction of the smartphone 10 short years ago, the app took software off computers and company networks and put it into the hands of everybody doing every activity every day. As long as you have a (smart) phone, there is an app for everything.read more
Three years ago my wife and I signed up to purchase an array of sixteen solar panels for our rooftop. It was part of a neighborhood group-buy sponsored by the City of Milwaukee, the Midwest Renewable Energy Association, and our local neighborhood association. Along with the purchase, we became members of the MREA and learned for the first time about their annual Energy Fair. Every year, thousands of people with an interest in sustainable energy convene in northern Wisconsin for three days of workshops, industry speakers, and other activities.read more
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...read 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...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
In our age of rapidly evolving technology and unyielding human restlessness and discord, design ought to be more than simply functional; it should be expressive, socially meaningful, and humanistic. Design should transcend the purely technological, encompass the human, and strive for the sublime.
Every January, the entire pro audio and music instrument industry congregates in Anaheim, California for the Winter NAMM Show. This year it’s taking place later this week, from January 24th through Sunday the 27th at the Anaheim Convention Center.
Art+Logic will be in attendance for the 28th consecutive year, checking in with clients (old, new, and future!) and also taking a peek at new gear that’s coming down the pike.
I’ll also be speaking Saturday afternoon on a panel as part of the A3E track — “Cloud Integration Strategy: Server vs Service” will happen at 4PM Saturday January 26th in the Hilton. If you’re there, please say ‘hey’.
Art+Logic has kicked-off its first software Incubator project, and I was selected to handle the development effort. After meeting Dr. Scott Hawley and being briefed on the technique he uses for classification of audio files using neural networks (NN), and determining...
We submitted three ideas for the 2019 SXSW Interactive Festival and there’s still time to vote for our proposals through the Panelpicker. As we mentioned in our last post, SXSW has received over 5000 proposals for just 750 sessions, so your support goes a long way toward helping get our proposals selected.
Here are our proposals: