First National Bank of Omaha invites all developers, designers, and other talented 3-person teams to participate in a 48 hour hackathon hosted at First National

First National Bank will release the challenge to participants at 6:00 pm on Friday, September 25, 2015.

 

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Eligibility

To be eligible to enter, you must be registered for the Event via http://www.codeoneomaha.com/ (the “Website”) and have a valid email address to enable us to contact you.

The Event is open to all legal residents of the United States who are eighteen (18) years of age and older at the time of entry who are eligible to enter into binding contracts in the State of Nebraska.

Employees of First National Bank of Omaha (“FNBO”), prize suppliers and advertising and promotion agencies, and each of their respective parent, subsidiary and affiliated companies, shareholders, officers, directors, agents, representatives and employees (collectively “Releasees”), and each of their immediate family members (spouse, parents, children, siblings and their respective spouses regardless of where they live) and individuals living in the same households of the above, whether or not related, are not eligible to enter or win the prize(s).

 

Requirements

  • Be web-based, but an API is not required
  • Not contain Flash, ActiveX, or Silverlight
  • Be compatible with latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and IE
  • Open Source tools and frameworks are allowed to accelerate development, but no full solutions are allowed
  • Stock images and branding CSS will be provided if desired

Judges

Steven Cudd

Steven Cudd
Sr. Director, Enterprise Architecture

Steve Franzen

Steve Franzen
Sr. Director, Emerging Technology

Peter Frei

Peter Frei
Omaha Startup Collaborative

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Kevin Morrison
Sr. Director, Product Development

Caitlyn Ramey

Caitlyn Ramey
Director, Marketing Design

Judging Criteria

  • Look & Appearance (Brand & Style)
  • User Experience (Usability)
  • Features & Functions (Does it meet the challenge)
  • Creativity & Uniqueness
  • Quality of Presentation