is Growing — Meet Brian, Derek, and Reiner

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Image for post team at CEDIA 2017 is about 2.5 years old with clients and partners all over the country. As we’ve grown the product and become one of the preeminent smart home companies pushing voice control and artificial intelligence, we’re excited to welcome new faces to the team. Below are 3 of the newest members of the team!

1. Brian Hulme

Brian is a terrific user interface and user experience designer with quite a knack for motion. His experience is quite varied and there really isn’t much he hasn’t designed from logos and marketing material to full apps and services. Brian is joining our Denver office where he will work across multiple design arenas to push to the next level. Below is one of Brian’s animations. See more at

2. Derek Murphy

Derek is a technologist with more than 15 years of experience in the oversight of growth and development strategy for both large and small software companies. With broad-based experience as a software developer and architect, product owner, technical leader, and business executive, Derek has a history of building world-class software. Most recently Derek served as CTO of Lexmark, an enterprise search software business. Derek will help scale the infrastructure, built our architecture and drivers for new devices, and pioneer a variety of software applications for the smart home space.

3. Reiner Lueth

Reiner is currently studying economics and computer programming at the University of Southern California. Reiner recently joined the LA team as an intern where he will help with business development and marketing efforts. Because is such a technical product, we always prefer the business development team to have technical backgrounds, and we’re sure Reiner’s CS interest will be put to work.

If you’re interested in exploring positions to join the team, visit or reach out to is an artificial intelligence agent for your home. If you’re interested in learning more, visit us at

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