San Francisco is offering more services online, like getting an SF City ID card, a marriage license, birth certificate, business assistance, or a building permit, applying for affordable housing, or paying a parking ticket.
We are looking for people who live or work in San Francisco (or use SF.gov websites) to help make City websites easier to use. No advanced computer skills needed! All we need is your feedback. You can help us make City services easier for everyone to access. To sign up, visit our website. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ResidentsImprovingSanFranciscoCityServices?source=volunteermatch
Here’s how it works:
Sign up to take part in website research with the City (use link above).
When there’s a relevant study, we will invite you to join a session. The soonest upcoming opportunity we’ll consider you for is on August 19.
Research sessions are a 1-hour video call with a researcher. You’ll review some websites and answer questions.
NOTE: Because of the coronavirus outbreak, all sessions right now are virtual via video call. You will need a computer and high-speed internet.
Sharing this volunteer opportunity would greatly appreciated as well!
About Residents Improving San Francisco Digital Services
Citywide, San Francisco, CA 94103, US
Sign up to help make City services easier for everyone to access online.
Residents Improving San Francisco City Services is a program that connects the City with community members to gather feedback that will make City websites easier to use.
CivicMakers is helping San Francisco Digital Services connect with community members to take part in website research. San Francisco is offering more services online, like getting an SF City ID card, a marriage license, birth certificate, business assistance, or a building permit, applying for affordable housing, or paying a parking ticket. Your feedback will help make these services easier for everyone to access.
Please visit our website to sign up.
Computers & Technology
Wed Aug 19, 2020
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
July 30, 2020
Basic Computer Skills
Must be at least 18
Must live or work in San Francisco or use San Francisco websites. Must have a reliable internet connection and computer or mobile device with working audio, microphone, and camera.