Join web and mobile experts in an all day Hackathon for Social Good, where programmers and designers work collaboratively to build programs and applications for awesome non-profit organizations.
Each hackathon begin with short presentations by educators and non-profit representatives, then participants break up into teams to plan, design and build a website or application in less than eight hours. Unnerving, challenging and fast-paced? You bet. A mad adrenaline rush? Of course. And it’s always for a great cause.
Sun., May 19, 2013 – OpenSourcery
The Portland hackathon features The Dalai Lama Center, Dress for Success, Habitat for Humanity and Compassion & Choices. Register online at http://wvpdx13-hackathon.eventbrite.com
Sun., June 23, 2013 – Coperfield
Join designers, developers and UXers from around Spain.
09:00am – Sign in / Coffee and Refreshments
09:30am – Opening message; review the day’s process
09:45am – Brief presentations from non-profit groups
10:00am – Brainstorm ideas for web and/or mobile tools or apps; Divide into groups to develop projects.
10:15am – Break
10:30am – Develop design, programming and production plan and assignments; begin design and development.
12:15pm – Lunch break
01:15pm – Project development
04:15pm – Finalization and testing
05:00pm – Present projects to judges
05:20pm – Hackathon winning team announced
If you have a great coding and design mindset, put your talents to the task and help create tools to solve local community needs.
The Hackathon for Social Good is held by WebVisions, a nationally recognized event that explores the future of Web and mobile design, technology, user experience and business strategy.