We’re accepting submissions for our next Hack Sprint.
Plank is a digital design studio that wants to help make the web - and the world - a better place.
We think it’s important to carve aside some of our time each year for pro-bono work. This is a call for non-profit organizations of all stripes - arts, culture, health, social justice, journalism - to submit your digital challenges and let our team of experts work on solving them.
What's a Hack Sprint?
We'll assign part of our team to work on your submission for a limited number of hours over a two-week period. This is an opportunity to test out a new idea or improve on what you have. Depending on the idea, we might come up with a wireframe, a prototype, a proof of concept, or a finished product. You can read more about the kinds of pro-bono work we've done before.
What kinds of projects are we looking for?
You tell us! No, really. We’re keeping the criteria very loose because we want a broad range of submissions. We’re looking for ideas that would challenge us, or that would make a meaningful impact on an interesting organization.
Heck, we’d even consider dispensing with the non-profit criteria if your idea is basically altruistic.
Start the conversation
So if you have an idea for us to work on, get in touch to tell us about it. We’ll get back to you if we need more information.
Our next Hack Sprint will take place before the end of 2018. We're accepting applications until November 12th.