Nancy Rasche, a clinical assistant professor in the Purdue Polytechnic Institute and founder of Purdue-affiliated startup Experience Design Group, shows the company’s first app, Literacy Labels. The app was developed to help children with autism read, understand and spell words in a more customized, engaging and rewarding way by either using QR codes and printable labels or moving through virtual rooms on an iPad. (Purdue Research Foundation image)
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.
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