Technology coordinator at PODER in Mexico City, develops several free software and open-data based tools for researchers and journalists to better understand the elites that capture the state in Mexico and Latin America such as QuienEsQuien.wiki, TorreDeControl.org and MexicoLeaks.mx
Studied graphical design, anthropology, sociology, social communications and decolonial thought, for lack of a bachelor’s degree. He specializes in usability and accessibility in the National Technology University in Buenos Aires, where he became a teacher of interaction design and two published papers on the topic.
He worked in several national and international companies as a web developer before turning to civic tech, open data and social activism.
Martín was born in Argentina and lived in the extreme south for a few years, being a teenager, he participated in student organizations, learned how to make websites at an early age and had a radio show.