Before Code Switch, panelist Tawanna Black of the Center for Economic Inclusion answered questions about the value of a hackathon for community solutions.
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Over the past few years, Apple has enjoyed a stellar reputation for protecting the privacy of its users. iOS is the first major OS with built-in end-to-end encrypted messages and audio calls, and the Secure Enclave of iOS devices has been praised for its sophistication. In 2016, Apple successfully challenged an FBI demand to write … Continued
“Testing one user is 100 percent better than testing none.” That’s one of Steve Krug’s mantras in his book Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, a user-friendly introduction to making websites easier for people to navigate and understand. He emphasizes that while there are some general usability principles, it’s most … Continued
When citizens have access to government data, they can come up with new ways to use the data, new programs and projects, and new improvements to public services. That’s the concept behind Geo:Code, a conference on open data, government, and technology happening on March 24 and 25, 2018. (Register here — it’s free!) Now in its … Continued
I’m over the moon about joining Software for Good this week as their new Technical Project Manager! No judgment if you are wondering what the heck that means; it can be a pretty elusive job title. I think this is partly because “Project Manager” is used in so many different industries. Regardless of the industry, … Continued