What We Do
We develop web sites that look great on mobile devices. On the back end, we build the software (APIs) that power mobile apps and content-driven web sites. We also design and host online courses and learning-management systems. Everything we build is accessible to people with disabilities, seniors, and non-native language speakers. Much of our development is based upon open-source and/or industry-standard products.
Our web sites are easily managed by those with or without web skills. We provide simple interfaces that enable content managers to add and edit content (e.g., text, images, videos); and to choose web-page layouts.
Because users have varied preferences for finding information, we can set up search wizards, keyword searches, category-based searches, and more. Databases we develop are indexed by web search engines, and by our own Google search appliance. This enables searches of our databases directly through Google’s search interface.
Look and Feel
Our web sites are pretty, have quick access to content, and are easy to use by everyone. To our way of thinking, users care most about content. Flashy features, such as big images and superfluous animation, only slow the efforts of users to get to content. Within seconds, users often leave a website in frustration because of such features and slowness.
Examples Of Our Work
- DisabilityInfo.org – provides quick access to large repositories of information about programs and services for people with disabilities.
- Mass Real Lives – designed for people with intellectual disabilities to easily find programs.
Learning Management Systems
- Massachusetts Child & Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) – trains and certifies clinicians to provide behavioral health assessments of children.
- My ODP – full of great online courses for the Pennsylvania Office of Developmental Programs.