About

I’m a civic technologist and software designer, researching how design and innovative technologies could best be used to improve public services and opportunities for civic engagement. I completed my Master of Science degree in Human-Computer Interaction and Bachelor of Science in Computational Media at Georgia Tech, where I focused on aspects of civic media and urban computing primarily with the Public Design Workshop. Now I design and research at IBM and collaborate with civic hackers at Open Austin in Austin, Texas.

I also attend many meetups, cook and learn new cooking techniques, enjoy well-crafted coffee and beer, and more:

  • Feedly: for keeping up with dozens of feeds for news, research, and comics
  • Last.fm: for finding new music
  • Goodreads: for organizing and finding new reading material
  • Steam: for playing mostly strategy and simulation games
  • IFTTT: for auto-microblogging my public internet activity
  • Venmo and Coinbase: for transactions
  • Noun Project: for uploading icons I create for diagrams

This website

Like this site’s look and feel? It’s my own WordPress theme, available on my Github profile. The font is Proxima Nova, using my non-profit license.

Copyright and licensing

All work hosted on andyhub.com that is not my own creation is attributed to its creator on the page linking to that work. For example, the image used for the Open Ghana project was created by Mikaela and Nick, as described at the bottom of that page. Please contact the original owner of works if you’d like to use them.

All work here on andyhub.com not attributed to someone else or not in the public domain is my own work. The copyright for such is sometimes described on the work itself or in a file usually named “LICENSE” in its file directory. Otherwise, code and programs are released under GPLv2, and everything else is released under CC BY-SA 4.0.

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