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Founded Year

2011

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$13.4M

About Visually

Visually, formerly Graphcast, uses animation and scriptwriting to translate what one does into a visual explanation that prospective clients will understand. Visually's mission is helping users create visual content that rises above the noise. Its platform seamlessly connects designers, journalists, animators and developers with clients, featuring cloud-based collaboration tools that allow us to deliver high-quality content at unprecedented scale and speed.

Visually Headquarters Location

163 2nd Street Unit 300

San Francisco, California, 94105,

United States

917-362-8893

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Latest Visually News

Twitter Helps The Visually Impaired By Releasing New Option To Translate Charts Into Audio Elements

Jun 8, 2022

With leading social media apps like Instagram and Meta paving the way for functionalities that could help the disabled, it was only high time that Twitter would step up its game in this regard. Therefore, the app’s new update manages to do just that, targeting the company’s visually impaired users. The feature will be an expansion of its already growing accessibility tools and will comprise an innovative option that translates its charts into audio-based components so it’s easily comprehensible for people with visual impairments. To put it simply, visually impaired users will now be able to hear charts after they’re translated into various pitched sounds. This will also be accompanied by a written chart description too. It will be interesting as the variations in chart figures will help these users differentiate between various key elements for a better understanding of the chart that’s displayed, the company has added. We're still rolling out, so here's a demo video in case you don't have access to the latest tweet analytics yet: pic.twitter.com/JidNFyPLh5 We’ve been seeing the leading social media company working hard at incorporating a number of accessibility tools into its repertoire in the past year. This includes a long list of updates to the display panel, along with video clips, and an interesting ‘CC’ button seen on videos that makes captions easily available. In 2020, we saw the app incorporate a long series of ‘+ALT button’ across its images and that added a new level of convenience to alt text descriptions for visuals that were shared. Now, as a whole, we’re seeing the company give rise to a giant range of components that would serve as a help to better their experiences while using the app. This includes revolutionary ways that users may utilize during their Twitter conversations. While the introduction of translating charts is a small step, it can actually pave the way for a huge impact on a major subset of society.

  • When was Visually founded?

    Visually was founded in 2011.

  • Where is Visually's headquarters?

    Visually's headquarters is located at 163 2nd Street, San Francisco.

  • What is Visually's latest funding round?

    Visually's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Visually raise?

    Visually raised a total of $13.4M.

  • Who are the investors of Visually?

    Investors of Visually include ScribbleLive, Uncork Capital, Crosslink Capital, 500 Global, Kapor Capital and 16 more.

  • Who are Visually's competitors?

    Competitors of Visually include Ceros and 3 more.

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