Mobile educational applications
An engaging literacy based application that combines receptive and expressive communication skills while scanning QR codes on physical labels.
PRE Loaded Labels
Print pre loaded labels to scan. Labels include the Bedroom, Bathroom, and Kitchen labels.
Step by step instructions on how to implement Literacy Labels into your student’s learning toolkit.
Research Lab news
Get information about the research and development going on at Purdue with mobile educational applications.
We are a small startup from Purdue University. We developed Literacy Labels by researching instructional needs for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Literacy Labels was designed to improve comprehension through word recognition skills. We implemented a pedogogy that is active and engaging to improve time on task. The app uses printed labels with QR codes to engage the user in a hunt and find journey towards word learning.
We believe that the users will always dictate the success of a product. That is why all our products started with a deep understanding of the users needs and goals. Armed with strong data we design applications to provide necessary instruction in a fun and interactive way. No one sits around to play our apps! ENGAGE and MOVE and LEARN!
User driven design
fun and interactive
gamification of apps
Purdue-related startup develops engaging, interactive way for kids with autism to improve comprehension Article by Military Technologies: Military Press Release November 3, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – A Purdue-based startup is developing educational mobile applications designed as instructional tools to help people with special needs learn new or difficult skills. The company’s first product is an[…]
Article by Medical Xpress News-Autism Startup develops engaging, interactive way for kids with autism to improve comprehension November 4, 2016 – A Purdue-based startup is developing educational mobile applications designed as instructional tools to help people with special needs learn new or difficult skills. The company’s first product is an app that could help children[…]
Nancy Rasche, a clinical assistant professor in Purdue’s Polytechnic Institute and founder of Experience Design Group, assists Adi Kakani with using Literacy Labels, the first app developed by the company to help children with autism read, understand and spell words in a more customized, engaging and rewarding way by using printable labels (Purdue Research Foundation[…]
Article by Cody Denton on October 27, 2016 Children with autism spectrum disorder around the world are going to be able to receive alternative methods of education specialized to them, thanks to Purdue University Startups. Nancy Rasche, a clinical assistant professor and founder of the Purdue-affiliated startup Experience Design Group, LLC, has been developing an[…]
Article by Steven Lincoln on October 6, 2016 Experience Design Group LLC, a software company developing applications that could help children with autism better read, understand and spell words, founded by Nancy Rasche, clinical assistant professor of computer graphics technology. Read more at Purdue Polytechnic Newsroom
Purdue announces largest ever startup class based on university innovations, October 5, 2016. Nancy Rasche, a clinical assistant professor in Purdue’s Polytechnic Institute, co-founded Experience Design Group LLC in fiscal year 2016 to develop educational mobile applications designed as instructional tools to help people with special needs learn new or difficult skills. Read more at[…]
On 9-25-2016 Experience Design Group, LLC Founder, Nancy Rasche was interviewed by Dr. K for Innovators on Inside Indiana Business. Click here to see the interview
MEDIA Speak Modalities Post CONFERENCE Read the abstract …An innovative mobile application, Literacy LABELS©, was created on the iOS platform that utilizes QR code technology. The application scans the QR codes on the printed labels that are placed on actual physical objects (Fig 1). New labels can be created within the application to customize the[…]