Lydia Dishman at Fast Company writes: “A tech startup veteran, Alan Braverman is set to disrupt the way new software companies launch. Here’s a look inside The Giant Pixel Corporation’s Studio for Startups.”
Jonathan Shieber at TechCrunch writes: “Giant Pixel is launching a new startup studio to create mobile-focused application companies. Based in San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood, Giant Pixel is one of several companies looking to change the ways in which entrepreneurs and investors think about starting up businesses. The company is the brain child of seasoned entrepreneurs and angel investors Alan Braverman, Elliot Loh, and John Cwikla.”
Michael Carney at PandoDaily writes about Giant Pixel’s startup studio model: “But there’s another slightly less common model of parallel startup building that arises more often when its founders are entrepreneurs themselves rather than investors, and want to continue building, only in bulk.”
Laura Baverman (no relation) at USA Today writes: “This week, Alan Braverman, John Cwikla and Elliot Loh will announce their new start-up studio in San Francisco. The Giant Pixel Corporation has a team of developers and designers coming up with new start-up ideas, creating prototypes and testing them with potential users or consumers. So far, they’ve built the mobile app Antenna, which recommends talk radio and podcasts based on what you like (as Pandora does for music), and a project management tool for software developers. A third project is a secret.”
Our San Francisco office, designed by Studio O+A, won the 2014 CH+D award for Commercial Design.
The folks at Concreteworks write: “Studio O+A wanted to incorporate a reception desk in the Giant Pixel office design but did not want a traditional relation with the receptionist. Instead they wanted to engage with the individual, have them be part of the office.”