Event description

As mobile devices continue to emerge as the predominant source of news consumption and social interaction for brands and the private sector, how can governments and non-profits move with them? In this discussion, Code and Theory Managing Partner Michael Martin will examine how to design for maximum civic engagement through the lens of system design, how non-profit digital design can differ from brand design, and how cause-based organizations can use content to their advantage. Martin will draw from the agency’s work with organizations including Truth Initiative, NY Senate and NY.gov, among others.

About the venue:
General Assembly (GA) is a global educational company on a mission to empower a global community to pursue work they love. Focusing on the most relevant and in-demand skills across data, design, business and technology, GA is confronting a skills gap through best-in-class instruction and providing access to opportunities.

GA works with students online and in person across 15 campuses in 4 continents. GA also works with companies as partners in course development and graduate placement as well as helps companies stay competitive in today’s digital landscape. Additionally, GA’s focus on affordable and accessible education combined with our education-to-employment approach is helping to create a diverse talent pipeline.