Case study

DiscoTech—Demystifying Prototyping

Code for San Francisco collaborated with the San Francisco Planning Department, the Market Street Prototyping Festival, and the Open City/Art City Art and Ideas Festival in 2014 to throw a DiscoTech, or a Discovering Technology fair.

A "DiscoTech" (Discovering Technology fair) is a community-based, community-organized, multimedia workshop and fair. At a DiscoTech, participants learn more about the impacts and possibilities of technology, and take part in fun, interactive and media-based workshops. Our goal for this DiscoTech was to provide participants an opportunity to learn new skills and to form creative collaborations, which would inspire future projects for the Market Street Prototyping Festival.

I was one of the event organizers, and I designed all the print materials for the event, including the flyer shown above.

Date

October 4, 2014

Collaborators

Code for San Francisco, San Francisco Planning Department, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Knight Foundation, Market Street Prototyping Festival

Category

Event Planning, Print Design

Project Link

https://marketstreetdiscotech.hackpad.com/DiscoTech-Demystifying-Prototyping-5Ihv6L8Vcmq