When it comes to creativity and technology, one size doesn’t fit all.
When we say we have deep knowledge and deeper experience with technology, we mean it. As much as we love great design, our approach to any project is based on the idea that it needs to first and foremost solve a problem.
That usually includes technology as part of the solution. Specifically: The right technology.
Just throwing technology at a problem doesn’t help if it’s the wrong one. That’s why clients remain with us, because we steer them towards what works and away from what doesn’t. (Hence, the meaning behind our name.)
We also love exploring the fun side of a wide variety of projects using existing platforms as well as emerging ones.
Check out some of the technology we’re employing for clients and ourselves:
We’ve employed many platforms over time, but Drupal allows a degree of flexibility and customization for clients who couldn’t be farther apart in terms of their industry. Read On
Voice technology will soon become ubiquitous; every device in your home and office is likely to gain the capability to be voice-activated. Read On
The notion of “Big Data” is thrown around a lot these days. Beyond understanding the term, one big challenge for brands is dealing with how to wrangle it all. Read On
We’ve used Raspberry Pi for a number of projects, for our own video art and voice services to helping larger retail clients meet in-store demand.
Many people consider WordPress fine for a blog (and it is), but don’t realize how flexible it is for other projects. Read On
Client Work. Lab Work. Nothing but the good stuff:
How to Sell a $35 Million Dollar Home in Malibu.
We helped bring director Graham Henman's short "The Spider and the Fly" to life in the form of an iPad application. Ten iPads, each preloaded with the app and film, were given out to discerning clientele.Selling a $30M home in Malibu Takes A Little Hollywood Magic.