Sylaisha Ivy Taylor
Visionary & Technologist
Think Outside The World (TOTW), created by visionary and technologist, Sylaisha Ivy Taylor, simply means to open your mind to different perspectives and think for yourself.
Prior to starting Think Outside The World, Taylor’s love for technology sparked during childhood as she would take apart old electronics and reassemble them. In high school, she freelanced by building websites, performing data recovery, and recording audio study guides. Taylor later earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Interpersonal Organizational/Communication from the University of Central Florida.
Taylor’s Innovative mindset and background in Technology, Communication, Sociology, Research Methods, Government Affairs, Education and Music collectively provided the perfect foundation for Think Outside The World. With the rapid advancement of technology, Taylor recognized the need to provide an avenue for small businesses to operate efficiently and expeditiously by introducing unique concepts that get the job done through the use of Web Applications, Customer Relationship Management Software (CRMs) and Technical Problem Solving. Taylor’s creativity doesn’t stop there, Immersive Technology provides a platform for Taylor to transport her clients and their audiences to a particular moment; delivering an entirely different perspective.
The ultimate mission is to deliver effective, relational solutions and immersive content that positively changes the world we live in.
We've come a mighty long way
From creating websites, developing business systems and presentations for small businesses to focusing more on the mind, body and spirit of our clients using Augmented/Virtual Reality technology and aromatherapy. While we have since discontinued some of the following services, we just wanted to share a few milestones:
Think Outside The World was made official
September 1, 2012
Website Program Launch
November 7, 2013
We were tasked with creating a website that would not only share information about an incredible program but provide a place for users to purchase tickets, submit souvenir journal ads with payment, collect donations and members only hub for participants and parents.Read more
January 9, 2014
As part of our #GoGreen Initiative, we studied, designed and delivered business systems to local business owners and non profit organizations. Whether it was an entertainment booking system solution to seamlessly manage new events and contracts electronically, an intuitive membership hub to keep members engaged, informed and able access/submit documentation from one place or volunteer management solution to accurately track community service hours using GPS and QR Code technology.Read more
August 31, 2015
While working at a charter school in Kissimmee, I noticed that the cafeteria staff was using a folding table as their checkout station. I figured surely they could use something much more sturdier than that. So every now and then I enjoy repurposing things, that’s when I stumbled across these two wooden used kiosks for $1 each. At first I didn’t purchase them because I thought, “what could I use them for.” The next day, it drove me crazy and I figured if they are still where I found them, it must be meant to…Read more
June 21, 2016
We participated in the Alzheimer’s Association Longest Day Impact Day alongside the Psi Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha by creating an online memory game to proactively exercise the brain and raise awareness about Alzheimer’s. We created the memory game using an online application called EducaPlay.com and pictures from the onsite event. Click Here To PlayRead more
Google Street View Trusted
October 1, 2016
On this day, we became Google Street View Trusted. We’ve taken quite a few 360 panoramic views to help customers find the places they are looking for, so they can familiarize themselves with a view of what the particular location looks like on the inside or outside.Read more
SEE WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“Ms. Taylor designed and created a wonderful memory stimulating game to educate adults about the impact of Alzheimer's Disease. Not only did we have fun, with her innovation but we exercised our brain cells. ”