The Workbook was established in 1977 as a sourcebook for Los Angeles creative talent. Since then it has become a prestigious industry publication, bringing together top advertising talent and creatives from around the world. Art & Logic was hired to redevelop and maintain workbook.com, a Python/TurboGears-based website with 50,000 listings featuring creative buyers, reps, industry resources, and suppliers.
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...
NBCUPhotobank.com was developed by Art & Logic for Lightbox Network to deliver selected content from NBC's digital asset management application, also developed by Art & Logic for Lightbox Network, to media outlets and publications. Media users can browse or search the site for celebrity images and shows from any NBCU network and register to gain access to high-res content. NBCU admins determine access restrictions for registered users, such as how many images per month a user may download or whether they can use a credit card to purchase licenses.
Leica Microscopy, in Switzerland, hired Art & Logic to port their Windows image manipulation software to the Macintosh platform. Art & Logic was responsible for the application, drivers, and TWAIN drivers. The resulting software captures 24-bit image data from a digital camera and renders it on the screen in real time. Images can be saved to a variety of file formats, including TIFF, JPEG, and PICT.
Daily News Pix is the photo archive of New York's Daily News, showcasing 90 years of images from the tabloid. Art & Logic developed this web site for Lightbox Network. Users can browse for images by category or search for images and may purchase professional, framed prints. Media users may register and license images for publication, and the tools in Daily News Pix allow an administrative user to invoice license holders, review and update print orders, and manage royalties for contributing photographers, as well as customize the home page and other site content.
Development and maintenance of the Lightbox Network web application. The application allows photographers to upload and organize photo shoots for access by editors, etc. It allows ranking and comments of each image.
Lightbox Network, Inc. hired Art & Logic to develop a Windows version of its media manager application. The software allows photographers to do "live" shoots with a tethered camera, such that images and movies can be processed and uploaded to the Lightbox server as the shoot is happening. Editors can then see virtually real-time progress of the shoot online and interact by requesting larger versions of the captured media and beginning work on the post process. Images and video can also be manually uploaded, and all uploads are managed via an upload manager.
Your Photo On Canvas hired Art & Logic to build an iPhone-based ecommerce portal to allow users send photos over a wireless connection for printing onto special light tack adhesive-backed paper. Sticky photo prints can be applied to almost any clean, dry surface.
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