Awards We won the acceleration program Incubando Salud 2016. We were semifinalists -out of 1,000 contestants- at Everis Innovation 2017. We have participated in 5 events on Disruptive Technologies. The Honourable House of Representatives stated we are a 'project of interest for the Argentinian goverment.'
The begginings "When I came up with the idea, I didn’t know any blind people. I just wondered how the blinds texted and how they used smartphones. After I did some research and started meeting some blind users, I felt more and more passionate about the idea of helping them and creating an app (which now became a launcher) to make their lives easier and I followed that path." — Juan Manuel Jacinto.
Improving the market We used Design Thinking and Lean Startup methodologies and we’ve got permanent feedback from our blind testers and our professional colleagues to improve our launcher.
Juan Manuel Jacinto CEO & Founder "Brailling is my pride. Although I’ve designed many websites and other projects of mine have had some kind of repercussions, nothing beats Brailling and the possibility of helping a minority. What we’ve achieved so far amazes me (being promoted in popular Argentinian newspapers and news media and winning the acceleration program) and I think this is an exciting opportunity to change the world of mobile accessibility." @JuanmaJacinto
María Paula Jacinto CCO & Co-Founder "My biggest achievement is being able to do what I love for a living, as corny as it may sound. I get to translate movies, shows, I get to teach and spread this passion of mine and, now, with Brailling, I get to help a minority by building bridges." @BraillingApp & email@example.com
Matías Serritella CTO & Co-Founder "Software Engineer, geek and entrepreneur. I love to create innovative solutions to everyday problems with the help of state of the art technology. I have wide experience in web and mobile apps development, as well as free hardware platforms and Internet of Things." @MatiSerritella & firstname.lastname@example.org