We offer social media content creation services that can help you reach a wider audience and spread awareness with accessibility in mind. We can work with you to develop and execute a comprehensive social media strategy that aligns with your goals and values.
We believe that accessibility and inclusion should be at the forefront of every event, whether it is in-person, virtual, or hybrid. That's why we offer accessible event production services that can help you create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all attendees
Our workshops are designed to be informative, engaging, and practical, providing attendees with the knowledge and skills they need to create a more inclusive and accessible environment customized for your business needs.
The practical, friendly guidebook that will short-cut your journey to hearing accessibility .
This book was written to support others in their hearing journey with the hope that sharing the tools, best practices, and technology we use will benefit others. We understand the unique challenges that people with our type of disability face as they navigate a hearing world because we've been there, too.
Mariella was on the path to law school but found the intersection of tech and social impact more fun and quit her federal job to pursue the road less traveled. She is the current Advocacy & Social Media Manager at AudioEye where she gets to use her 10+ years of technical experience as a software developer, designer, and project and community manager to build solutions at the intersection of education, government, and social justice. Her passion for this work was sparked by a personal experience in 2014 when she was pulled over by a police officer while living in Washington DC. As someone with hearing loss, she struggled to follow commands, and the situation quickly escalated. This experience left her deeply shaken, and she decided to dedicate herself to exploring and solving communication challenges for people with hearing disabilities. To pursue this goal, Mariella pursued a Master's degree in Communications at Georgetown, where she conducted research on how people with hearing disabilities receive and share information. From her research, she created her first product, a bumper sticker that reads "Deaf Driver," which solved the challenges faced by deaf drivers communicating their disability with police officers during traffic stops and avoiding escalations if a lack of responses is understood as non-compliance. One product led to her big idea and she created Project Hearing, a company that creates community events, workshops, and training on tools, emerging technologies, and best practices for people with hearing loss and their allies.