Designers: Andrew Kudwa, Natalie Dixon, & Tiffani Tozer
Education inequality in the classroom that restricts the education of students with various disabilities. The objective was to create an application with a set of inclusive standards that will provide the student, regardless of disability, an equal chance in the classroom without the need of the teacher.
The application listens to what is being said, and then in real time transcribes that onto the application. The microphone pulses at the bottom and the wave at the top slowly moves to the sounds. This is a visual representation to confirm to the student that the application is listening.
Features like highlighting are snap-to-grid to create quick, easy interactions for an application that is fast moving.
The application has high contrast icons to help the students who have vision impairments.
Students can change their type size, playback speed, typeface, and color based on their personal preference and disability.
The application houses an AI chatbot which will help the student answer any questions they have about the application.
In the folders tab students may press and hold a folder to send notes or delete notes.
The search feature will help students easily find a topic in their notes.
The onboarding process slowly changes the application to better suit the needs of the student.