Last time the competition was done there was a return of investment of 4000% ... Not bad ... a real eye opener ...
The $2,000 Second Place prize goes to Victor Shilo, Roman Zolin, and Andrey Andreev for their innovative use of an iPhone application that deeply integrates DC’s Open 311 API. This application one first prize in the first round, and has added some interesting Facebook integrations. A demo of the iPhone App can be found here:
Additional applications were submitted are as follows:
Katie Filbert submitted “DC CitiStat”:
Zvi Band and Zach Goodwin Submitted “FixMyDC“:
Guille Carlos, Kris Steigerwald, Christophe Lucas, Luc Castera, Ashish Tonse, Chris Musialek, and Guille Carlos submitted Easy311:
The SeeClickFix team submitted a DC version of their application:
There’s still a $10,000 Final Round prize for the best application developed. The city will then determine if an additional $14,000 grant should be provided to that winner over the following 9 months. Submit your final round application by midnight on July 1st here.
Good luck and thank you to everyone who’s participated thus far!
Read more: http://www.appsfordemocracy.org/round-2-apps-for-democracy-winners/