DDC 2010: Closing Reception + Project Presentations

Hours: 6PM–8PM
Cost: Free w/RSVP
Programming Series:

Digital Day Camp

Partner Organizations:
T-Mobile Creation Center

Join 16 NYC public high school students as they pitch their ideas for new apps for the mobile platform.

Over the course of 12 intense summer days, as part of Eyebeam’s 11th annual Digital Day Camp program, these teens have worked with a team of experienced interaction designers to learn about all aspects of mobile technology – from thinking critically about mobile phones (what they can and cannot do, what we think they are for, how people use them, and how we think people will be using them in the near future), to taking an idea from brainstorming into development, to thinking about a user story and experience, to communicating an app identity through visual design and graphic elements. These students have been ideating, mood boarding, story boarding, and being all around brilliant. On our final day together, we will polish our ideas and translate them into a proper pitch – just for YOU: a mix of designers, developers, business leaders, mobile researchers, and more. Our dream: One of you will help us turn our app ideas into reality! At the very least, we hope you will share your insights and feedback with us.

Closing Reception & Project Presentation for Digital Day Camp: Mobile App School (Pilot)
Tuesday, July 27, 6-8PM
Presentations start at 6:30PM
Eyebeam Art and Technology Center
540 W 21st St, between 10th and 11th Ave

Special Guests:
Joyce Chou, Customer Innovations Producer at T-Mobile Creation Center
Richard Ting VP, Executive Creative Director, Mobile & Emerging Platforms
George Michael Brower, Technologist & Designer, Google Creative Labs

Missed this event? Watch videos from each presentation on our student authored blog!

People: David Jimison, Emily Rabkin, Heather Bradley, Jeff CrouseMartina Fugazzotto, Ridhi Singla, Sonali SridharStephanie Pereira
Research: Education
Tags: DDC, DDC10, mobile, SummerSchool2010

Partner Organizations: T-Mobile Creation Center