Electronic Art is an interactive agency specializing in kiosks, digital signage and related online services. Founded in 1998 and incorporated in 2002, Electronic Art began primarily as a Web studio offering high-end custom programming, e-commerce, and design. Its founder, Tim Burke, led the company in a new direction in 2004, kiosk technology. Now, kiosk software and hardware make up the majority of the projects that Electronic Art is working on, with the Web often playing a vital role in these products. Electronic Art provides custom solutions for many industries in kiosks, digital signage and Web site development and its clients include Research In Motion, the Freedom Center, Char-Broil, and Macy's. In each year since its startup, Electronic Art has doubled, or nearly doubled its revenues. The firm has grown from one employee to 10, and is now focused on marketing to Fortune 1000 companies on a national scale.
Burke's online career began in 1996 at Entex Information Services (now Siemens), where he helped to build the knowledge base for a customer call center. Tim went on to start up the interactive division for WBK, a design studio that created Web sites for clients including Kodak, Frito-Lay, Minute Maid, Eureka Ranch, Van Melle, and Pennzoil. While at WBK, Tim managed the team that built Doug Hall's Eureka Ranch Merwyn system that allows for concept testing online.