Harvard Business Review Explores Product Accessibility Best Practices

a picture showing feedback being gathered on Cognitopia's My Life Portfolio tools during a meeting at Oregon Health Sciences University

In a powerful article about how companies fail people with disabilities, Harvard Business Review highlights a number of important accessibility best-practices that address common errors including: Expecting users to do the lion’s share of development work of a new product Under-resourcing accessibility maintenance Failure to address accessibility throughout the entire customer experience Not integrating accessibility into internal workflows At Cognitopia, … Read More

Eugene Tech Company Awarded Almost $700,000 in New Grant Funding to Further Community Participation and Meaningful Employment for Individuals with Cognitive Disabilities

PRESS RELEASE EUGENE, OR: OCT 25, 2018: Assistech Systems, LLC, a small business focused on research and development of technology to support employment, education, and community living for youth and adults with cognitive disabilities, together with its commercialization partner, Cognitopia, announce two new grant projects that have been funded through the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research … Read More