Past urban designer by day and civic hacker by night, now merging the two.
Omar Ureta is a design technologist revealing the complexities of land use planning and development. As an urban design consultant, he advocates for architecture in support of the public realm by improving on public outreach and public process.
As a civic hacker, Omar experiments with new ways to interactively communicate land-use issues through the use of open source tools and open data!!
He is part of an emerging community of civic hackers and leads maptimeLA, a volunteer group open to anyone interested in collaborative learning, exploration and map creation.
Priscilla Hernandez is a Mexican-American Graphic Designer from Los Angeles. Recently receiving her BA in Psychology and Studio Art, she has had the opportunity to explore multiple art media under various lenses.
Her art and design reflect the faces and values of her community. As an artivist, she has had the opportunity to create visuals for the movement, tackling imagery regarding housing reform, eco-artivism and immigration advocacy.
As an emerging graphic artist, she hopes to bring culture, heritage and warmth to the digital world.
Data | Maps | Tools
Maps and data visualizations exploring Southern California, one section at a time.