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Code DMV #1
Anyone interested in organizing a SAC-based, in-person 'Code DMV' open space event in the near future?
We've decided to focus on civic user testing very much in line with these ideas and think we can target feedback on A) DMV as it is and B) DMV as it should be.
In that vein have you seen this post from my friend Krystof? https://krystof.litomisky.com/2019/01/24/CA-DMV/
Towards testing the DMV website as it is, see here for our simple survey that we've been sharing to get feedback on the DMV online user experience: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdEYHBB2EZ5J68IvU7vmHqw7mj_PugywecltyiwOjONrrEUpA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Note I would phrase this less as a hackathon though and more as an exercies in design thinking and reimagining the DMV website
@patwater this is fantastic. I updated the issue text from 'Hack DMV' to 'Code DMV' as I think it still evokes what you're discussing re: design thinking exercise, but also ties in nicely with Code California and incorporates the hacker mentality of actually building something during the process.