The Most Diverse Tech Conference on the Planet. Oct 3rd- Oct 4th 2014, New York, NY

Global Mobile Hackathon


Over $5000 in prizes!

digitalundivided’s Global Mobile Hack is a day long hackathon dedicated to creating innovative ways to increase access to data/information on mobile platforms in urban communities around the world. Now on its second year, GMH will take place on October 4th, 2014 in NYC. We have over $5000 in prizes!

Take the TEST to receive a pass to the Hackathon.

2013 Global Mobile Hackathon Video (sponsored by Google) from digitalundivided on Vimeo.


Think you’re up for the challenge? Take the Hack test now!

Hackathon Prizes

1st Prize

Best App Concept

Best App Design

Peoples Choice Award

And much more!



Friday, Oct 3rd

Pre Hackathon Meetup and Overview (Not mandatory)
We Work- 349 5th Ave (4th Floor)
MUST pre register to attend

Saturday, Oct 4th

8am – Doors Open (come fed or bring breakfast, beverages served)
9am – Hackathon opening, Project pitches, and team formation
10am – Hack!
Noon – Lunch
4pm – Submit projects
5pm – Project presentation

Take the Hack test now!

Judging Criteria

Apps & Teams are judged on the following criteria

App Development – 30%

  • How well does the team define the problem they’re addressing- 15%
  • How well does the app solve the defined problem- 15%

App Design- 30%

  • How well designed is the UX of the app?- 15%
  • How easy is the app to use?- 15%

Team Composition- 40%

  • Does the team have at least one person who is from a community served by the solution – 10%
  • Does the team have at least one woman- 10%
  • Does the team have at least one person under 18 on their team. – 10%
  • Does the team have at least one person who is new to hackathons- 10%

Take the Hack test now!


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