The Referendum Hub Gives Information to Political Activists

By: Michael Baxter - Published: May 16, 2014 • References: scotreferendum & yankodesign
In Europe, there's a big political storm brewing and it's called the referendum, so the government has come up with the referendum hub to help citizens out. Generally, whenever any sort of political event is happening in the world the first thing that needs to get brought up, but is often overlooked, is education. Not always in the school board kind of way, but often in the "informing the public on what's going on" kind of way.

The hubs will be located at local bus stations and will be activated by scanning the wristband of a potential information seeker. The referendum hub then pulls up information like: updates on the current vote and where everyone stands and even location-based visualizations Stats for Political Awareness Wristband Scanners Trending: Older & Mild
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