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Category Archives: Blog

  1. One Month Countdown: 12 Election Resources for No Regrets

    Feeling like the world is falling apart has become an anthem for 2020. While we don’t need to regurgitate the CVS receipt of events that have made this year (and the 3 years before that) *particularly rough,* it does feel more important than ever to pinpoint the ways in which we have agency – as…

  2. 3 Ways Our Company Transitioned to be Fully Remote

    Five months ago, Exygy, along with most of the Bay Area, closed our office and decided our team would work fully remotely for as long as it was unsafe for our team to work together in-person. As a tech company, our existing digital processes and work culture have prepared us for this moment. Many of…

  3. It’s Time for Tech for Good to Serve the Undocumented Community

    At Exygy, I get to do work that I consider myself incredibly privileged to do. It’s the kind of work that as an undocumented teenager living in the pre-DACA era, I never thought I’d get the opportunity to do. Day in and day out, my team and I get to use our skills to support…

  4. 3 Steps for Shifting Government Services Online During COVID-19

    With government offices in reduced-capacity, many cities are now faced with the decision to either pare back government services or shift their services online to maintain access for members of their community. As a Lead Product Manager at Exygy, my work often means partnering with governments to explore new ways of connecting virtually with their…

  5. 8 Ways the Tech Community is Building Anti-Racist Products and What We Can Learn from Them

    Our country is in pain. The deaths of Elijah McClain, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and too many others, followed by massive online and in-person protests against police brutality and racism, have created a powerful moment felt across the world. It’s a moment of reckoning – calling us to confront and dismantle the systems…