AIGA Boston is partnering with MassIT, the state agency responsible for Mass.gov, to offer the rare opportunity to witness and participate in a public design critique for this important state project. The website hosts services from tax forms to unemployment applications, and as the ultimate customers of such you are a key part of the conversation.
Code for Democracy Boston is having their first meetup to center around 2 goals: brainstorming ways that we can work together to make a difference, and forming groups around projects of merit. You should attend if the recent political climate has created in you a desire to "do something" and if you feel that a good way for you to do something will involve leveraging technology.
thadkIDHack: April 7, and end at 7:00pm on April 8th, Near Davis T stop
Organized by Harvard Developers for Development, MIT International Development House and Tufts University, the 5th annual International Development Hackathon will bring together hackers, makers, technology enthusiasts, and countless organizations to create
Ethan B9/19 - Corrupting influence of money in politics - Prof. Martin Gilens, Political Scientist at Princeton who recently wrote the viral article, "Testing Theories of American Politics,” has signed on, along with Lawrence Lessig, to speak at the MIT Kresge Main Auditorium. FREE!