We provide our nonprofit partners with software solutions for their needs typically in the web and mobile space. Projects can take one or multiple semesters.
Our designers create product designs tailored specifically to a nonprofit's needs and branding with an emphasis on user experience.
Our project leads stay are consistently in touch with your nonprofit's point of contact to navigate decisions, clarify goals, and respond to feedback.
At Hack4Impact, we develop software for nonprofits to make their work more efficient, effective, and far-reaching. Generally, we set up a call with potential nonprofit partners to learn more about their initiatives and goals. If our goals align, we delve deeper into project specifications, pain points, and user research before confirming the project and matching a development team. We aim to build sustainable products with long-lasting impact for nonprofits and those they are trying to help.Learn More
If you believe that your non-profit organization is a good fit for the work we do at Hack4Impact, please reach out to us at [email protected].
We will reach out to schedule a call to learn more about your organization's ideas and goals, and also discuss the way Hack4Impact works with non-profits like yours.
Following the intro call, if there is a good fit for a partnership between Hack4Impact and your organization, we may schedule additional calls to discuss project specifications, gain a deeper understanding of the impact of the projects, and narrow down which ideas to pursue to adhere to our development timeline and stay aligned with both our goals.
Our team will continue to work with yours to gain insight through discovering pain points, conducting user research, and incorporating any other feedback from your organization. This will allow our development teams to build an optimal product for your needs!
We will review the details for the finalized project and confirm that our goals and expectations are on the same page, including timeline, project goals, and the technologies used. If everything checks out, our our project leads will contact you to begin the development process!
For a given semester, we usually have around four or five project teams.
Project development occurs over the course of a semester. In some cases, projects can be continued over multiple semesters. In any given semester, we typically source projects for the subsequent semester.
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