Month

March 2014

Project recap: Data Blitz

by Mark Owen and Duncan Barclay (£1000 Grand Prize Winner) What we made A tool for exploring data & provoking conversations. Why we made it With so many datasets on offer, we were interested in exploring commonalities between them and… Continue Reading →

Project recap: Road Reporter

by Jack Franklin, Ollie Marshall, Ollie Jennings and Carl Holloway (£250 Best Completed Project Award + £250 Hacker’s Choice Award) What we made Road Reporter, an insight into the standard of living in the City of Bath. Why we made… Continue Reading →

Project recap: Bath Tourism Dashboard

by Takashi Yonenaga (£250 Best Use of Data Award Winner) What I made A website that presents some basic stats about tourism in Bath. Why I made it Various surveys and data about tourism in the UK are available online;… Continue Reading →

Project recap: MyBath mobile app

by Dave Rowe What is it MyBath is a mobile app to show local data. Use of local data I took data feeds exposed by the Banes web site, which include location data for the user’s nearest: libraries, licence applications… Continue Reading →

Project recap: Recyclotron

by Brendan Stone and Tom Fletcher What we made We made an interactive map displaying rates of recycling in BANES. Why we made it We wanted to see if there were any obvious trends or patterns in the recycling data… Continue Reading →

Project recap: Communa.ly

by Dan Bryan, Michael Youngman, Steve Gallagher, Oli Pantelides, Philip Pantelides, Adam Crockett The Communa.ly team created an app which transforms the Council’s relationship with its residents. By replacing the resident’s Discovery Card with a mobile application, not only do… Continue Reading →

Project Recap: Bath City Parking

by Nick Jones & Red Davis What we made An app for showing crowd sourced city centre car park availability levels. Why we made it Without descending into the city’s narrow streets, it is impossible to predict and understand how… Continue Reading →

Hacker’s Choice results

“Road Reporter” (aka Bath: Hacked’s very own boy band) stormed the Hacker’s Choice voting but if you were wondering on the final split, we now have the official count. Out of 42 possible voters, 40 voted: Road Reporter – 16… Continue Reading →

And the winner is…

After an intense 2 days of hacking, pizza eating, red bull quaffing and beer drinking we are delighted to announce the winners of the first Bath: Hacked event: Grand Prize (£1000) – “Data Blitz” by Mark Owen and Duncan Barclay… Continue Reading →

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