Civic User Test Session for the City of Miami Beta Site | This is a report written in detail of steps completed in lead up to and during Code for Miami’s Civic User Test Session conducted on behalf of the City of Miami to test the beta version of their website.
A Look Back on National Day of Civic Hacking 2018 | National Day of Civic Hacking–a nationwide day of action to bring together civic leaders to work with our local governments and non-profits to tackle some of our communities toughest challenges.
Building IoT Flood Trackers for Miami | Code for Miami has teamed up with Moonlighter Makerspace, the Maker Faire Miami, and some of our regular volunteers to prototype and build flood trackers using the Internet of Things technology.
A Recap of Open Data Day 2018 | Open Data Day was launched to highlight the work that can be done through open data initiatives and the benefits of sharing information across sectors.
Miami’s Day of Civic Hacking 2017 | Using tech to build resilience and disaster preparation in the face of post-Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria — it was a long season.
Miami Open Data Day 2017: Sea Level Rise | The day is an opportunity to show the benefits of open data and encourage the adoption of open data policies in government, business and civil society.
Introducing Open Miami | Open Miami is a non-profit organization on a mission to champion the use of open-source tech in building municipal services and programs that make Miami a better place.
We’re looking for the next generation of Miami civic tech leaders | We are looking for people to make a one year commitment to become part of Code for Miami’s leadership team.
What We Learned from Miami Graph | Miami Graph was a way to take open data and visualize important data in Miami that would lead to an open discussion.