To build a prototype, Web-based online deliberation tool that drives consensus decision making amongst a group of diverse strangers.
To create Data to Table, a website that will visualize details of Boston's new rezoning ordinance for urban farming to test approaches to make complex zoning data digestible and actionable for the public.
For New Michigan Media to join the Detroit Journalism Cooperative, developing and sharing stories aimed at helping find solutions to the city's fiscal crisis.
To research user needs and create the initial data model and templates for Market Metrics, a web application allowing farmers' markets to easily and effectively collect, store, and report data about the health impacts of their markets.
To develop a prototype version of One Degree, a web and mobile platform to help people discover, track and share their experiences about social services.
To establish and support the 'Project for Lean Urbanism,' a three-year effort that will devise tools and techniques to make it easier, cheaper and faster for citizens to engage in shaping their own communities.
To research the data needs of Detroit citizens and develop a prototype of an interactive tool that helps individuals discover and use relevant data.
To prototype the next version of Kids Making Sense, a complete measurement sensing system and curriculum that empowers youth to build hardware devices and measure air quality and physiological parameters.
For a news-sharing project to infuse data-driven, solutions-oriented journalism into the coverage of Detroit's bankruptcy and related state policies.
To build an API for Private Results, an STD test result delivery service. This API will allow for easy sharing of aggregate STD data among clinics, health departments, and the CDC.
To support the Venture Law Project, which aims to provide free legal services to early stage entrepreneurs by assessing and referring cases to a pipeline of pro bono attorneys and coordinating legal clinics, seminars and workshops across greater Miami.
For Detroit Public Television to join the Detroit Journalism Cooperative, developing and sharing stories aimed at helping find solutions to the city's fiscal crisis.