Friday, June 30, 2006

Web Design Time Breakdown

Thursday, June 29, 2006

Just Added : Tippy Promo Poster

Perfect For Today's NYC Weather...

Monday, June 26, 2006

Just Added : Fourth Of July Promos

Overplot In New York

Found at Persistent.Info
"I've been a fan of Overheard in New York for a while. At some point, it occurred to me that each quote has a pretty precise location attached to it and that it would be cool to plot all of them on a map. I eventually got motivated enough to actually do it. The result is overplot, a Google Maps API-powered visualization of all of the quotes I could get my hands on."

Sunday, June 25, 2006

Mary Kamphausen Photography

Algorithm is currently working on a portfolio website for Hoboken-based photographer, artist, illustrator and educator Mary Kamphausen.

Saturday, June 24, 2006

Just Added : Ladytron Poster

Friday, June 23, 2006

Just Added : Fourth Of July Poster

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Algorithm Wins Best Design Award

"We have selected only top 100 Best Design websites from 1000s of websites submitted by many webmasters all over the world. The best thing is, your site has been selected as 1 of the top 100 websites, which means you have done a very outstanding job from design/layout to your site content."

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Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Algorithm Studio WebCam

The Algorithm studio webcam can be found here.

The AIGA and LinkedIn profiles were also updated earlier this evening.

Abigail (Continued...)

Here's another nice one of Abigail, hanging out on a hot summer's day in the Algorithm studio.

Friday, June 09, 2006

World Cup Prediction

Artificial intelligence says Brazil will beat Italy for their sixth Cup

By Sarah Tregoning, Staff Reporter
Dubai: The World Cup may whip football fans into a frenzy of passion, but two students have applied cold science to predict the tournament's outcome.
Imran Fanaswala and Yashar Fasihnia, both 22, say they know exactly who is going to win the World Cup, thanks to their artificial intelligence World Cup predictor FIFI.
FIFI, which stands for Fifa Intelligence, has predicted the winners of each game from the group stages to the final.
The students, who study Computer Science at American University in Sharjah, devised FIFI under the guidance of their tutor, Professor Joachim Diederich.
"We designed the model based on statistics," said Fanaswala who is from India.
"The first stage was gathering a lot of information. We went back 20 years and collected all sorts of information about the teams; things like team performance, score and scorers."
The two students spent weeks collating their data and developed profiles on head-to-heads.
They then fed the information into FIFI and waited for the answer. And who is destined to lift the coveted World Cup?
"We think Brazil and Italy will be in the final and Brazil will win," said Fasihnia, who will be nevertheless be supporting his native Iran during the tournament.

"One semifinal will feature the Netherlands and Italy and the other England and Brazil."

And one of the quarterfinals will see England beat old rivals, Argentina.
Diederich, who oversaw the project, gave the students an A grade for their efforts. He said that according to statistical tests, FIFI operates with 83 per cent accuracy.
"Given the limited amount of time that they had to complete this project, that figure is very high," he commented.
And Fasihnia added: "If we had more time and manpower we would have liked to research things like pitch condition, temperature, age of players, experience and many other variables. Then we could have been even more accurate."
But FIFI's prediction doesn't bode well for Diederich's native Germany.
Based on statistical analysis, artificial intelligence believes that the host country will lose to the Netherlands in the quarterfinals.

This article was found here


Wednesday, June 07, 2006

In Progress :

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Featured In: Phirebrush Issue 38

2 Algorithm wallpaper designs are currently featured in the June 2006 issue of Phirebrush.

"What is Phirebrush? Well, we in short, we are an online magazine (art group if you want) that displays user submissions in monthly issues. These submissions showcase visitor submitted artwork, photography, music, desktop wallpapers and writings of various styles. Along with each issue we release an interview as well. We try to spread the variety around, one month talking to an artist, another month with a photographer or maybe a band, spreading insight into their minds and styles. So, what is Phirebrush? Phirebrush is whatever you make it to be."

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Sunday, June 04, 2006

Just Added : Charlene at The Trash Bar

Live photography of Boston-based shoegazing band Charlene, at The Trash Bar, Brooklyn, now in the Photography section.