[Event] Call for Particpation: Prototype Sprint in Berlin on Sunday!
24 Aug 2011 - 3:41am
Hi! we want to build a game that helps people learn from each other as they
explore how to build collaborative and resilient futures. On Sunday
August 28 we're hosting a prototype sprint to explore these ideas and
we'd like you to help us out. We're looking for educational and social
futurists, game designers, developers and interaction designers who are
interested in collaborating on game concepts that will make it easier to
shape our lives and learn from each other.
Building on the outputs of August 27's Free Culture Incubator workshop exploring open lifelong learning practice, we want to prototype a game that helps people learn together. With your help we'll begin production on a tool that
will be used by young people across Europe as they explore new ways to
work, share, live and collaborate on developing relevant policy recommendations.
Why you might want to join us:
Work towards European policy that supports the future we deserve.
Produce a serious-game concept to share in your portfolio
Explore how to work and prototype in collaborative environments
Help develop a tool that will be used by thousands of users across Europe in the next year.
Train your brain & flex your creative muscle at a fun event with good people
The Prototype Sprint in a Nutshell: Place: Supermarkt, Brunnenstrasse 64, 133 55 Berlin, Tel : +49 30 609 875 900
Time: Sunday, 28 August 2011
14-19: Mockup design and coding
Registration: We need to know how many people to provide lunch for, so please confirm attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosts: The Prototype Sprint is organized by Nadia El-Imam, Pippa Buchanan and Susanne Stauch. It is kindly hosted by Supermarkt.