The 2016 main award of the Inclusive Technology Prize was given to an open source assistive communication software that is completely free: The Open Voice Factory (formally AzuleJoe) converts communication boards into communication devices. The program allows users to generate Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) packages by uploading PPT templates for communication aids. The Open Voice Factory is web-based and run in a variety of platforms (iPads, Kindles, Tablets). The program was developed by Joe Reddington and Speech and Language Therapy Technician Kate McCallum- both have younger siblings useres of AAC devices. The videos below demonstrate how to create the online communication device.