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[liberationtech] Project to support volunteer lawyers at airports
companys at stanford.edu
Thu Feb 2 14:49:49 PST 2017
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On Thu, Feb 2, 2017 at 2:44 PM, Lina Srivastava <lina at linasrivastava.com> wrote:
> May I forward this note to a group of designers? It's a closed list, but
> mixed politically and geographically. Let me know.
> On Thu, Feb 2, 2017 at 5:34 PM, Yosem Companys <companys at tmp.ucsb.edu>
>> From: Erek Dyskant <erek at dyskant.net>
>> Hey Team:
>> I'm working with Dulles Justice, a group of volunteer lawyer
>> supporting travelers who are effected by the EO. We have volunteer
>> lawyers available onsite at Dulles Airport and additional backline
>> I'm working on the web development team for the soon-to-be launched
>> website. One of the areas we run into is referring people to other
>> similar programs that have popped up at other airports. We've got a
>> data file with the location and contact info here.
>> Is there someone here who'd be able to design and develop us a
>> visually appealing map and search function? Something along the lines
>> of a map with markers for where each volunteers are, and a
>> corresponding table with search so that people can easily find a
>> specific location if they know it by name rather than location. It
>> should serve the dual goals of communicating that this is a truly
>> global movement with lawyers coming together from everywhere, and as a
>> usable tool for people seeking help.
>> We don't have any platform preference. Whatever works and gets the job
>> Shoot me a note if you're interested with a couple links on projects
>> you've worked on, and I'll get you connected with the right folks on
>> the web team.
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