Read about our iPad development experience below.
TRALE, a provider of screening systems used by large healthcare and insurance providers, hired Art & Logic to take their current Windows application and port it to the iPad, leveraging the iPad's lightweight tablet format and touch interface to improve data collection, display and user experience. Screeners input blood diagnostics, demographic and biographic information to produce a custom health "report card". See MyBioCheck.com.
Denecke is a leader in the manufacturing of electronic time code equipment. They hired Art & Logic to build an iOS app to read and generate LTC time codes. The app features a level meter and wave from analyzer.
The Way of H hired Art & Logic to develop new features for their flagship app Rock Prodigy and their new release Dave Mustaine: Guitar Prodigy. The project was to make these iOS apps more useful and easier to use with specific attention to new and important functions which allow the user to adjust the tempo of playback and loop certain sections of a song for focused practice. The response to the new version of the app has been extremely positive. See the Wired review.
BPM Boutique hired Art & Logic to develop INSPIRO, an "imagination simulator" that inspires ideas in artists, teachers, and writers. Working with the co-creators, Art & Logic developed iPad/iPhone/iPod touch apps with a lively feel and stunning visual texture. INSPIRO promotes creative and innovative thought through its large custom vocabulary and complex syntax rules. The iPad version was selected as a "Staff Favorite" by Apple.
EMRA hired Art & Logic to develop iOS, Android, and BlackBerry versions of the EMRA Antibiotic Guide. The EMRA Antibiotic Guide is a simple quick reference application for ER medical personnel that presents anything and everything you need to know about a certain antibiotic - how it works, what it works on, what it is contraindicated for, dosing, etc., all cross-referenced. EMRA is the oldest and largest independent resident organization in the world.
Universal Watch Company hired Art & Logic to develop a virtual jewelry catalog for their line of Boccia watches and jewelry. This free application allows them to reach a new market in a contemporary and effective manner, and even supports direct product purchase from within the app.
Art & Logic was hired by the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) to create an iPad version of their Duct Sizing Calculator device. The application consists of high-resolution scanned images of both sides of the calculator device which are implemented as stacked images that can rotate over the top of one another so that the user can interact with the calculator via iPad gestures in exactly the same way as they would use the analog version of the device.
Art & Logic worked with App Partners to develop iTournamentGolf, an iPhone/iPad application to completely set up and run a golf tournament. Anyone can act as an administrator to create a new tournament, either from scratch or from a previously saved template. The interface is designed to easily flow through each setup screen until a unique tournament code is created. Players join the tournament by entering the unique code emailed to them by the application. more...
WCI Communities needed an iPad app developer to create MyWCI, an iPad app that provides customers with up-to-the-minute information regarding their retirement property purchases. The application delivers homeowner documentation, company contacts, progress reports and introductory videos.
InPrayer is a mobile application for Android and iOS. It facilitates a global prayer chain and is part of a prayer initiative by a church called "777" which encourages prayer seven days a week at 7am and 7pm. The Seventh-day Adventist church hired Art & Logic to implement a solution that incorporated a custom map view utilizing the GPS location of users using the application, Facebook and Twitter integration, and daily devotional prompts based on global prayer requests. The application helps users be aware of prayer participants both in their local community and globally.
Appolicious® hired Art & Logic to develop components for its integrated iPhone app management and recommendation system. A&L built the Appolicious® iPhone app and a Java interface that allows users of the Appolicous® web site easily upload their catalog of apps. Art & Logic also built an iPad version for Appolicous®.
Researchers who present posters at scientific or medical symposia often have to create hundreds of scaled-down, hard-to-read printouts of their poster for handing out at the session. Dark Scorpion's Poster Commander is a less expensive and "green" alternative to poster handouts, and allows a researcher to transmit, using the iPhone's Bluetooth capability, an electronic file (PDF) of the poster from his or her iPhone to the iPhones of attendees who also have this app. Through the "Statistics" screen, poster presenters can keep track of how many times each poster is downloaded and, if selected, the contact information of the person who downloaded the application.
p i c t u r e l e s s Books is a children's e-book series by co-authors Teffanie T. White and Adrea L. Peters. Art & Logic was hired to bring the simple, card-based word books to the iOS platform. The app inspires vocabularies that uplift, surprise, and teach using positive words. Users can play with spelling, anagrams, and acronyms. They can send cards to others, post words to friends' facebook pages, or shuffle and shake the alphabet deck for random, delightful letter/word combinations.
Mayer-Johnson hired Art & Logic to write a collection of engaging iOS apps for use by educators, speech-language pathologists and parents. The apps are built around Dynavox/Mayer-Johnson's library of thousands of PCS (Picture Communication Symbol) images, with high fidelity audio recordings of each word and phrase. Art & Logic drew on its expertise in mobile development to build each app as an exciting, interactive game or activity to help make learning fun for young children or individuals with speech and language challenges.
The Canadian Tax Foundation hired Art & Logic to make their conference schedules and presentations available to attendees on their mobile devices. Leveraging the principles of Responsive Design, we created a contemporary UI that met CTF's communication goals while dynamically adapting itself to the broad spectrum of device dimensions, resolutions, and usage patterns. The attendee experience was backed by a node.js server running a custom Content Management System (CMS), allowing CTF to customize the site's contents for each of the many conferences it hosts every year.
A comprehensive therapeutic guide to the myriad of pressors, vasoactive drugs, continuous infusions, and other medications needed to treat the critically ill patient. Written by emergency medicine physicians for emergency medicine physicians, this indispensable handbook gives you concise tools for choosing the right medication and dosing regimen every time, even during the busiest of shifts.
Noteboom Productions hired Art & Logic to build a single "store" for delivery of a variety of video tutorials for OS X, iPad, and iPhone users.
This work has been featured in write ups from the New York Times to the Houston Chronicle, and we are very proud to have been a part of the work and have such a strong relationship with the client, iGlobe, even today. Art & Logic was hired to build an application for iOS and Mac that can display a realtime rendering of Earth with the ability to layer streaming weather data layer (this rendering is displayed on a 3D spherical screen)--basically an amazing 3D view of Earth built from scratch that does real-time visualization of the earth with overlays from various agencies. more...
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