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Category Archives: Blog

  1. Leading the Future: Cyd Harrell

    This is the second installment of Exygy’s ongoing interview series Leading the Future: Her Point of View. We hope to uplift present-day changemakers who are moving the needle at the intersection of equity, social impact, and technology. They deserve our continued recognition. Originally inspired by Women’s History Month in March, we’re excited to extend the…

  2. Open Source: Influencing the Future of Social Impact

    This post was written by makepath, a spatial data science firm that is heavily involved in giving back to the community through open source software contributions, particularly open source for GIS.  Open source software development and contributions are a great avenue for technology to champion social good and help address many problems that challenge vulnerable…

  3. Leading the Future: Vanessa Mason

    This is the first installment of an ongoing interview series called Leading the Future: Her Point of View. It was originally inspired by Women’s History Month (March), and we’re excited to extend the celebration of women leaders outside of one month, and into ongoing conversations, reflections, and inspiration. This series is hosted by Roshen Sethna, a…

  4. Service Design: 2 Easy Tools to Improve Your Organization

    My favorite thing as a designer is collaborating with clients to answer big, messy questions. The process often involves several moving parts, including institutional knowledge of the organization, internal and external procedures, and services.  Layering onto that are the people using the services, their discrete needs, and their challenges. Imagine your nonprofit organization as a…

  5. Racist Language in Software

    Last year, amid renewed racial reckoning, organizations around the world took a sharper look at their own practices and habits to weed out those unknowingly rooted in racism and bigotry. Unfortunately and yet unsurprisingly, many problematic processes were unveiled that most people would have previously never even considered to be questionable. While reflection efforts are…