We Hear You

2020

We Hear You®​​​​​​​
We Hear You is a start-up company I co-founded with the help of very talented and like-minded individuals.

We Hear You is a multi-faceted startup company that is finding new, innovative solutions to problems that have impacted many individuals for far too long.

Currently, We Hear You has developed and is continuing to refine both an American Sign Language Translator, as well as a device called Push in order to assist people with hearing and mobility exceptionalities.

We Hear You was awarded the Winner of the Social Impact Challenge at Bradley University in April of 2020, as well as First place in The Big Idea Competition at Bradley University in November of 2020. 
Recipient of  Innovation of the Year Award 2021 Turner School & SBDC
Professional Work
Project Role: Chief Design Officer
Team Size: 11 Total | 2 Managers | 1 Designer | 7 developers | 1 Interpreter
Date: September 2019 - Present
Platform: Tablet | Mobile
Engine & Tools: Adobe Creative Suite | Figma | Python | C++ | Slack | Andriod studio |
Contributions
​​​​​​​Design products and logos for publication and manufacturing
Designed and Implemented company website
Lead company Branding & Image
Designed UI for application - tappable prototype with callouts (in figma)
Designed and implemented company website
Recorded & edited promotional / demo videos
Designed and modeled 3D printed prototypes of Push device
We Hear You® ASL Translator
We Hear You is a streamlined communication tool that simulates conversation and helps bridge the gap to break the communication barrier between those who use ASL and those who do not.
We Hear You is a software that translates American Sign Language into speech and speech back to American Sign language in real-time. 

Application & Interface Overview (November 2020)

The software is compatible on any device with a camera.
The goal of this software is not to replace traditional interpreters, but as an option available to places that do not require ADA compliance for translators such as coffee shops, grocery stores, etc.
The software has a 97% accuracy with ASL fingerspelling, and 84% accuracy for the full gestures we currently have in.
Push
Remotely open handicap accessible doors with the simple push of a button.
Push™ aims to address a problem many individuals face when moving through the world with mobility exceptionalities.
This product also helps individuals cognizant of germs, living a busy life, or whatever the circumstance.

Product Rendering

Hands Free door Opener Device prototype Showcase (march 2021)

Formerly known as “The Hands Free Door Opener”. The video showcases an older iteration of this device.
This device simply extends the existing functionality of a currently installed handicap-accessible door.
Designed the Push logo and product. 
Designed the product from conception to manufacturing and publication.  

We Hear You UI Tappable Prototype

We Hear You UI Callouts

In-store prototype tech demo (November 2020)

Business & Development Overview (March 2020)

Other Projects

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