AWS Startups Blog
Inmagine Group Migrates to AWS to Support Growth and Enhance Operational Efficiency
INMAGINE is a global creative ecosystem powered by design, technological innovation, and entrepreneurship specializing in creative content and services. The group has been in the market for over 20 years with a strong presence across the United States, Europe and Asia. In this migration case study, we will cover how 123rf.com, the flagship website of Inmagine Group, was migrated over to AWS.
PromoMii: Video Ads Powered by AWS Machine Learning
Creating a movie trailer takes time and most broadcasters and streaming platforms don’t have enough resources to do it. PromoMii, a UK startup, solves this problem with a unique blend of domain expertise and machine learning. Here’s how they do it.
Technology’s Role in Supporting the Very Human Need to Create
Georg Petschnigg doesn’t think of himself as purely a designer, yet he has spent a career building products like Paper and Paste that helps us all create more beautiful things in the course of our work and fun. “It’s human potential,” says Petschnigg. “It’s always been about augmenting the human and their capabilities.”
How Bustle Leverages AWS Lambda to Help Editorial Teams Scale
Bustle Media Group, a New York City-based company with eight brands under its umbrella, leverages AWS services to efficiently deploy content across its various brands.
Gravity Sketch Bridges the Gap Between Design & VR Tech
CTO Daniel Thomas and Head of Engineering Ke Ren talk about how the UK-based immersive tech startup bridges the gap between design and VR tech, opening up a whole new world of possibilities for artists, designers, and novices alike.
How AI Will Revolutionize Interior Design with Leaperr CEO Gil Admoni
Interior design can be a daunting task. But according to Leaperr, a new startup that uses artificial intelligence to help you with interior design, all that may be a thing of the past.
How Patreon Avoids Fraud While Funding the Emerging Creative Class
Jarvis Johnson, an engineering manager on Patreon’s creator acquisition team, describes Patreon’s mission as “to fund the emerging creative class, or get creators paid.”
How WalkMe Solves Data Sequencing Challenges
Yotam Spenser, Head of Data Engineering at WalkMe, discusses the nature of the WalkMe Insights product offering, some of the challenges that arose as they developed this technology, and how they came to a solution.
Jimdo Can Turn Anyone into a Website Developer
When Germany natives Fridtjof Detzner and Christian Springub were teenagers, they began building websites for individuals and businesses. From there, it dawned on them: Why not figure out a way for clients to update and create sites themselves, minus the next-to-impossible coding part? In 2007, Jimdo was born.
Hot Startups for February 2018: Canva, Figma, InVision
For a deeper dive into the world of design startups, we are featuring Canva, Figma, and InVision as our hot startups of the month.