Jim Spencer, Author at SeeClickFix
It is now illegal for any Californian to hose down a driveway or sidewalk, or allow landscape irrigation to flood off their property.1 The drought in
The concept of dogfooding in product development implies that the product owner should also use the product. SeeClickFix has solved real-world problems for me since day one, so it has never been hard for me to dogfood our app and website.
Your city-branded mobile app connects citizens and leverages the technology that they are already using'smartphones. SeeClickFix offers custom buttons,
"Is there an abandoned vehicle in your neighborhood? Graffiti that needs removal? A pothole that needs paving? Now you can help report non-emergency problems to the City of Farmingtonfrom your smartphone or computer, thanks to our new partnership with SeeClickFix." – City of Farmington
Last night our one millionth report was submitted on West Archer Avenue in Chicago, IL! This is a great achievement for everyone at SeeClickFix. As a small tribute
"We do rely on citizens to alert us to issues and concerns. We take those very, very seriously. Our desire is to be able to respond to those as quickly aspossible. The faster we're aware of it, the faster we can respond to it."
"Investing in a neighborhood is everyone's responsibility. Citizens know their neighborhood challenges – Sharing information enhances livability,
As cities upgrade to web service and mobile technology there is sometimes an awkward transition away from the paper system. While parts of city workflow move to the