At DT, we take pride in creating unique themes for each of our meeting rooms. We choose the theme based on what inspires us, such as Mid-Century furniture or Thomas Edison’s workshop. We pin ideas for color, furnishings and style, but let’s be honest, great interior design is no easy feat. Once the decor is installed, something always seems to be missing; an element to tie the room together and go from a pleasant meeting room to a masterpiece.

So, we did what any self-respecting UX company would do, we made a pitcher of Caucasians, packed a bowling pin pipe with inspiration and cranked out a new app to solve the problem.

Introducing Tie It Together

Our data scientists (the same guys behind Filament.io) were able to develop a sophisticated, patent-pending algorithm that uses many data points from the room, such as dimensions, colors, shapes, textures and more, to generate the missing element to tie it together.

Here’s how it works.

Simply open the app, take a picture of the room in question. Now, hit the “Tie It Together” (TIT for short) button and voilà, the missing element of your room is perfectly suggested.

To make things even easier, Tie It Together will search our database of vendors and find the best price for the missing element to tie your room together.

Disclaimer: Our initial working model only generates a rug as a suggestion, but let’s be honest, it does tie the room together, does it not?

“Not on the rug…man.”

Identity confusion: Whether your last name is Smith or Lebowski, it could happen to you. Let’s say that someone with your last name owes money to known pornographers around town, and their cronies come to mistakenly collect from you. It’s a known fact that if you refuse payment, cronies are known to pee on your rug as an intimidation tactic.

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Never fear, each rug ordered with Tie It Together is automatically covered with the 1-year Carpet Pisser Warranty. So rest assured, we’ve got your back.

Assets by Claude Piché.
Comments
  • jamie3d

    Hahaha that’s brilliant 🙂

  • Far out, man!

  • Raylo

    april fools, still sucks that there’s not enough contrast between the text and the image on the hero area

  • Trever Yarrish

    The thing I hate most about April Fools is that I can’t have the awesome things that are conceived of as pranks. April Fools Day on the internet is like Star Trek used to be… look at all the cool technology that would be awesome to have, but it doesn’t exist. Some day in the near future this app will be a thing thanks to machine learning and the advances in AI 🙂 Good one DT!

  • Brian Burkett

    TIT is my favorite app..