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[liberationtech] Design Tools to Spark Social Change - Catapult Labs

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Mon May 14 23:54:45 PDT 2012


From: Tyler Valiquette <tyler at catapultdesign.org>

All,

For those of you in the Bay Area I would like to share a bit about Catapult
Design's upcoming Catapult Labs: Design Tools for Social
Change<http://catapultlabs-2012.eventbrite.com/> - a
full day of workshops lead by local design experts from a variety of
cutting edge design fields (see attached flyer). The idea is to offer the
audience a hands on opportunity to learn and practice new tools and methods
in design that can spark social change.

There are only 125 seats so grab a ticket whilst you can!  100% of proceeds
will go towards supporting design work in marginalized communities. This
is happening in SanFrancisco (CCA, 1111 8th St) this Saturday, May 19, from
9:30am to 5pm...and should be all kinds of excellent.  Please forward this
far and wide to students, groups, and professionals you think would be
interested.

Catapult Design is a nonprofit design firm focused exclusively on
developing products and services for low-income people around the world.
 We work with organizations big and small to help make their transformative
ideas a reality.  If you can't make it to our labs, learn more about us on
our website <http://www.catapultdesign.org/>.

Hope to see you there,

Tyler
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Tyler Valiquette
+1 415.846.7093 | @catapult_design
972 Mission Street Suite 500 San Francisco CA  94103

catapultdesign.org | Billions of people lack access to life's basic needs.
We design and implement human-centered products to help them thrive.
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