Hack the Ville is a 4-week long web design institute, launched in partnership between Digital NEST and Hack the Hood, that taught NESTers valuable job skills such as client management, communications, and project management while they created websites for local businesses.
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Allow local youth to work on your businesses website Do you need a creatively crafted website for your small business? Digital NEST members in the Hack the Hood program will be trained and prepared to expand your web presence. Members will be taught how to make websites while expanding a small businesses presence on the web. We … Continue reading Hack the Ville: Hack the Hood Program at the Digital NEST- We need clients
Permita que la juventud local trabaje en su sitio web para su negocio ¿Necesita un sitio web diseñado creativamente para su pequeño negocio? Los miembros de Digital NEST en el programa Hack the Hood serán entrenados y preparados para ampliar su presencia en el web. Los organizadores de Hack the Hood enseñarán a los miembros cómo … Continue reading Hack the Ville: Digital NEST presenta Hack the Hood- Necesitamos Clientes
You GET the internet. Every day you’re using it for school, shopping, social networking, whatever… Google, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook- you’re on them all. You might not realize it, but your understanding of and comfort with the internet is a skill that employers and clients will PAY good money for.
Read into the origins of the Digital NEST from its inception to becoming a reality in an article by Tech Republic. As Digital NEST gains more recognition for what it represents, support and membership increases everyday. Read the full article >
This is your chance to see if you have the skills to create a logo for a real company! Try this out, you have nothing to lose. Even if you don’t get a prize, you can have this creation as part of your portfolio. Design a logo for a company creating a device to help … Continue reading Logo Design Contest
After designing their own small 3-dimensional objects, Digital NEST members took a trip to Applied Motion, which houses one of the worlds largest 3D printers in the U.S.