How Serving the Few Can Serve the Many

How Serving the Few Can Serve the Many

 Sometimes, it’s the unexpected results that give the real insights. This past July, spf.io provided real time captions and translations at Big Tent, a PCUSA conference, in St. Louis, MO. More than 600 people attended, including Spanish and Korean speakers. Cost...
A Real-Life Kingdom Foretaste

A Real-Life Kingdom Foretaste

Embracing diversity by providing automatic event captions and translation Multilingual signage was posted at the event, explaining how to get captions and translations. On February 25, 2017, over 300 people in the Seattle area came together and attended the Cascadia...
Engaging your audience like never before

Engaging your audience like never before

As a public speaker, you want to engage everyone in your audience. Whether you are speaking to five or 500 people, you want them to walk away inspired and informed. But often times, you don’t have a lot of control over your setup at your venue and what...
Breaking the Language Barrier in the Lecture Hall

Breaking the Language Barrier in the Lecture Hall

According to a Wall Street Journal article from 2015, colleges all over the US are welcoming more international students than ever before. With over a million foreign students in the US, many from China and India, these educational institutions and teachers are faced...