Sign language crowd source app​

The problem​

Microsoft’s Accessibility roadmap includes focus on technology to recognize and interpret American Sign Language (ASL), however, the volume of data necessary to move forward does not exist.​

The solution

iSoftStone created a full-stack solution that organically captures user-submitted video of ASL words. Video and other content is stored and reported back to Microsoft to assist Accessibility and Research teams to continue efforts in future accessibility features and enhancements.

Key impacts.

Indicates application or web development.

Best-in-show app to capture meaningful data supporting ongoing Accessibility roadmap.​

Reporting to show progress in data collection and user activity.​

Illustrates user communities or bringing people together.

User profiles highlighting contribution metrics and in-app community interaction. ​

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