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The purpose of this system is to make it much easier to create high quality, computer-assisted, step-by-step instructions (commonly called wizards). We have some preliminary evidence that sustainability groups and other non-profits would benefit from such a tool. It is quite possible that we will not come up with a design that allows most content experts, relatively unskilled with computers, to easily create a wizard. So before we code, we will investigate proposed designs and try to determine the feasibility of the project.
Code for Tucson gathered on the University of Arizona campus on June 4, 2016 to take part in the
National Day of Civic Hacking 2016, a
special event coordinated through Code for America, to work on community-centered projects.
During the event we brainstormed and collaborated on projects relating to food scarcity, language
and job training resources in Spanish, and the preservation of Tucson’s birthplace.