Design for UNICEF - Detextive*

Later, we changed the name of the project to Textonic.

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previously: Mobile Tech for Social Change Barcamp, Design for UNICEF — RapidSMS and Mechanical Turk

*We might not actually use this name, but I like it and am going to enjoy it, at least for now.

Our RapidSMS/Mechanical Turk project is moving forward. Last week we met with the software development team at UNICEF that built RapidSMS, re-focused our efforts on creating a tool to process incoming SMS messages with Mechanical Turk, and divided out the tasks before our next meeting. I thought about what specific features we would need to provide to administrators of the system in the field for them to be able to set up and configure the system to work with RapidSMS. I made a few slides to present the ideas to our group, and the deck is below.

(I made both this presentation and the previous Meetapp presentation with 280 Slides, a web-based presentation editor made by a startup called 280 North. Give it a try — I find it great for sharing presentations, and I prefer it to working with Google Docs.)