We’re throwing the first ever Global Accessibility Awareness Day hackathon right here in LA, and we’d love for you to be a part of it!
The Solve for One Hackathon will bring LA’s tech and accessibility communities together to create prototypes, products, and experiences that make the world more accessible, one person at a time.
Use your talents and expertise to help real people with real accessibility challenges.
Our hackathon briefs are all based off of the real challenges real people in our community face every day.
Who should attend?
Hackers, makers, designers, usability experts, accessibility heroes, and basically anyone with a passion for solving real problems.
Why should you attend?
Because helping other people is why we do what we do. The grand mission of technology is to make useful things. What’s more useful than something that helps other people live better?
When is the hackathon?
Kick-off is on Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Thursday May 19th, at Team One in Los Angeles. The hackathon will continue on Saturday, May 21st, at CTRL Collective where we’ll provide space, speakers, and other surprises.