TinyHackerHouse Design Challenge 3.0 workshop enters Austin Design Week 2018
It gives me great pleasure in welcoming you to one of my favorite Austin community events for the past 3 years.. Austin Design Week!!
I'm also excited to announce my proposed TinyHackerHouse design challenge workshop was accepted for this years schedule and I'm reaching out to anyone who would like to get involved or brainstorming ideas / activities.
This would be a great opportunity to connect with others in the group, explore new ideas and meet the diverse design community at large. Also an opportunity to share your experiences in the field with likeminded individuals.. please email me with questions or suggestions at TinyHackerHouse@gmail.com
Behind every successful idea or project is a community of people who believe in the vision and support the initiatives throughout the process.
In this guided exercise, we will go through the process of taking an idea from concept to campaign and learn the strategy behind successful implementation by collaborating with other designers.
The TinyHouse movement is a grassroots initiative to address affordable housing and advantages of community living. It has received mass adoption across America and changed the lives of families and simple living individuals.
This session will be split into 3 parts:
1. Discussion and Brainstorming Session
2. Collaboration with other designers in the room to design a TinyHouse Community space
3. Learning how to design advocacy program for the communities you want to build.
At the end of the workshop, you'll hear about some updates on secret projects we’ve been working on in Austin to build this community.
Designers and Teams from this workshop will be invited to our secret community space in the future to see the developments and have an opportunity to be part of our Futurist community workshops to learn about the latest technology in DIY alternate living spaces.
Here's a link to register for the event:
About Tiny Hacker House
Designing a futuristic TinyHouse community and advocacy campaign at TinyHackerHouse.com.
For the full Austin Design Week schedule, check out austindesignweek.org