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Huffington Post - September 20, 2012
DoSomething.org Inspires Animal Adoption With 'Pics for Pets'
In conjunction with DoSomething.org, Facebook has created an app so teens can share pet pics with their circles of friends. iOS and Android apps can also be utilized to upload photos by visiting Picsforpets.org.
Mashable - June 11, 2012
Fitness App Lets Charities Cash in on Your Exercise Routine
Charity Miles is an exercise app that works double-time, tracking mileage and raising money for different causes. All users need to do is turn up the volume and go.
Creativity Online - June 6, 2012
Charity Miles: Charity Miles app
Amateur athletes can raise money for charity by running, walking and biking with new fitness app Charity Miles...designed and developed by Bohemian Innovation.
CNBC - June 5, 2012
New App May Revolutionize Corporate Charitable Giving
On Wednesday, Gurkoff and two partners, David Nottoli and Joe Marinucci, will launch their new app, which they believe will revolutionize corporate support for activity based charitable donations.
Austin 360 - May 17, 2012
The Linkdown for Thursday, May 17, 2012
Austin’s Bohemian Innovation is using Parallax Scrolling technology in work its doing for the Austin Children’s Museum website.
DailyDOOH - March 21, 2012
Android Powered Mobile Vending Machine @sxsw
An interactive design group in Austin, TX known as Bohemian Innovation created an Android powered mobile vending machine for #sxsw which earned them almost 1 follower per minute for a 6 hour run.
Austin Business Journal - January 6, 2012
Interactive By Design
Bohemian Innovation brings tech-based marketing tools to others.
Mashable - December 29, 2011
Shoutz Connects You to the World, One 15-Second Video at a Time
Mobile-to-mobile platform for recording and sharing personal videos or 15-second “Shoutz.”
The Austin Chronicle - December 9, 2011
Lost Marbles Found
Beef & Pie decided to use the services of design firm Bohemian Innovation and gussy up the forgotten but charming "Marbleous!" with a 99-cent app that combines the joy of marbles, an Austin-centric soundtrack, and the added incentive of getting a free digital copy of the film with completion of the game.
Austin 360 - December 1, 2011
The Linkdown for Thursday, Dec. 1st
Some cool digital art was on exhibit at the recent East Austin Studio Tour. Here are some photos from Bohemian’s interactive party.
The Guardian - October 24, 2011
Apps Rush: Fanatix, Top Eleven, Shoutz, Single Jingles and more
The easiest way to grasp new app Shoutz is as being like Twitter, but with video rather than text, complete with its own lingo.
TechCrunch - October 20, 2011
Shoutz Mobile App Marries Video With A Twitter-Style Social Network
Much like Google+ and now Facebook, Shoutz lets you choose who you’d like to share certain Shoutz with, whether it be a one-on-one convo, a message to your family, your weekend softball team, gambling buddies, or your entire community of followers.
TechCrunch - September 30, 2011
Famigo Wants To Help Families Discover Kid-Friendly Mobile Apps
For many families, finding the best kid-friendly apps among the million plus apps in the Apple App Store and Android Market can be daunting. Enter Famigo, an app directory and curation platform that helps families find games, e-books and other apps that are appropriate for kids.
Wired UK- August 3, 2011
Extraction Zones: The life-saving car-crash phone app
When cutting people out of car wreckage, speed is of the essence. But new vehicles have hidden airbags, toxic batteries and high-voltage cables running through them, making it a process riddled with obstacles.
Mashable - August 3, 2011
New Classroom Tool Uses Laptops & Phones for Instant Assessment
Now a new startup called Socrative is offering a way for teachers like her to create a similar tool with smartphones or laptops — for free.
Wired Autopia - April 7, 2011
iPhone App Shows Best Way To Cut Up Cars
Even as cars are growing safer, they are becoming increasingly complex puzzles for rescue workers who might have to cut into them. A new app promises to make the job a little easier.
Autoblog - April 3, 2011
Extraction Zone app helps first responders safely cut through modern cars
The Extraction Zone mobile app includes maps of the vital systems of popular cars ... to help EMTs and fire departments find a safe area to cut through.
Thrillist - March 7, 2011
Just launched by [Bohemian Innovation] and David Richardson (former Texas Lutheran linebacker, fitness coach on A&E's Heavy), this iPad app aims to take the sullen isolation out of treadmills.
Fast Company Design - November 22, 2010
To Prevent Disease, MIT Students Create For-Profit Toilet Franchises
Sanergy, a startup out of MIT's Sloan School of Management, redesigns Kenyan pit latrines with an eye toward creating jobs and clean energy.