Our intentionally limited scope of work has led to successful product development for Oregon state agencies and national non-profits, while avoiding the obstacles and threats that often accompany website and application design. We work small (projects with budgets typically under $500,000), maintain a close communication with all stakeholders, and we stick to what we know - development in the fields of Health, Education, and Human Services.
Services and Skills
- Website and internet application development
- Mobile app development
- User experience & interface design
- Graphic design
- Infographic Design
- Digital content strategy
- Data visualization and infographics
Abby's House provides Western Oregon University students with resources for women’s health, sexual violence, depression, and gender identity. The Abby’s House mobile app helps to ensure a safer environment at WOU by providing quick access to resources and services for dating violence and sexual assault.
The National Center on Deaf-Blindness works with service providers in all 50 states to build national supports for children who are deaf-blind.
A collaboration between TRI and the Oregon Department of Education on Post School Outcomes began in 2004 when The Research Institute received a Federal Grant to design and build the system to track educational and employment outcomes for special education students leaving Oregon’s high schools.
Mentoring Fast Facts are based on data collected, summarized, and analyzed from various data sources including Oregon Department of Education data collections and annual surveys sent to the six groups involved with the school district mentoring programs.