Read about our Flash development experience below.
Art & Logic worked with York Zimmerman to design and implement People Power, a cross-platform game that is intended to teach the principles of non-violent resistance to participants in social movements. Based on principles and a mathematical model that were derived from the Serbian overthrow of Slobodan Milosevic, as well as study of other similar historical struggles, a graphically appealing game was designed that supports the modeling of conflict and resolution. more...
Lightbox Network is an industry leader for professional digital photography workflow, with clients such as NBC Universal, New York Daily News, Discovery Communications, Getty Images, Hallmark Channel, Time, and Bloomingdales. Art & Logic developed the Live Media Desk application that enables real-time collaboration of photo shoots between photographers and editors. As photographers upload images, they become immediately available to editors working remotely to filter, adjust, rank, edit metadata, and forward images. more...
Skycomp wanted to replace the need to print out 1000's of traffic survey pictures so that "counters" could scan through the pictures and count vehicles, marking each picture with a grease pencil. A flash application was built to load the images in a viewer area with marking tools to replace the grease pencil. Different types of vehicles were marked with different symbols. Line tools were available to mark the stop and end of each count region. Comments could be assigned to each picture. more...
Vantage Point Media hired Art & Logic to create an interactive Flash application to allow visitors to their site configure the Evo Wall System product. The Evo Wall System consists of mounting hardware, horizontal and vertical mounting rails, decorative tiles, shelves, white boards, chalk boards, and numerous other options to be released to market. WallCustomizer is a Flash application with a sliding list of Evo System components represented as thumbnail images. more...
Sauk County, Wisconsin hired Art & Logic to re-brand a Flash game. The original game allowed users to create hypothetical budgets for New York City. For example, players could decide to raise taxes or cut emergency services in an attempt to balance the budget. Art & Logic made modifications to the user interface and the internal data so that the game was for the Sauk County budget instead of the New York City budget.
iTrain is a website that sells downloadable music for workouts. Art & Logic was responsible for all aspects of the project, including user interface design, layout, and construction; administrative tools, setting up e-commerce, testing, and project management. Most of the user interface is done in Flash. The server-side code is PHP/MySQL. There are multiple servers, with load balancing. You'll need to register to get a password to log into the site. Registering is quick, simple, and free.
Harcourt Assessment, then a division of Harcourt Inc., hired Art & Logic to build a "How To" guide to supplement their Stanford 10 Online product.
This innovative system allows access to your important medical information at any time or location. The MiCARD system includes a small rechargeable battery powered card with a color viewing screen and web-based software for loading the card with personal health information. The system works in conjunction with Google Health® and other personal health system providers.
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