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FIRST RAPPATHON: HACKING FOR CHANGE ...

FIRST RAPPATHON: HACKING FOR CHANGE
Exploring new collaboration methods

RAPP New York, February 15
Social Media Week, February 17

OUR GOAL

Experiment with new methods of hands-on collaboration while prototyping ideas that can potentially solve big problems.

Share our experience with the world at Social Media Week.

THE EVENT
The Rappathon
February 15th, 10am
Location: RAPP New York, 437 Madison Ave, 3rd Fl.
Methodology: Design in Motion

Each team/person will pitch ideas in an ideation session in the morning moderated by RAPP’s head of cultural strategy. The collective team will narrow down the ideas to four. Each idea will be assigned to a team and attached to a specific station. After the first two hours of work teams will rotate throughout all four stations making new connections and/or contributing to all other ideas.

It’s a musical chairs type of hackathon, like drawing an exquisite corpse where everyone draws one line each and passes to the next person. RAPP facilitators will be attached at each station to provide
continuity, help teams, answer questions, etc.

At the end each team will come back to their original stations to finalize and refine the story and functional object that will be presented at the Social Media Week panel on 02/17.

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Rappathon Social Media Week Brief Rappathon Social Media Week Brief Presentation Transcript

  • presents:FIRST RAPPATHON: HACKING FOR CHANGE Exploring new collaboration methods RAPP Orange C:0 M:50 Y:100 K:0 R:247 G:148 B:30 RAPP New York, February 15 Social Media Week, February 17
  • OUR GOALExperiment with new methods of hands-on collaboration while prototyping ideas that can potentially solve big problems. Share our experience with the world at Social Media Week. RAPP + Social Media Week | Hacking for Change
  • THE EVENTOne: The Rappathon Two: The PanelFebruary 15th, 10am February 17th, 10amLocation: RAPP New York, 437 Madison Ave, 3rd Fl. Location: Global Society Content Hub at Big Fuel 40 W23rd Street, New York CityMethodology: Design in MotionEach team/person will pitch ideas in an ideation session in the Methodology: Panel Discussionmorning moderated by RAPP’s head of cultural strategy. The Panelists and team participants will introduce the methodology,collective team will narrow down the ideas to four. Each idea will be present each idea, and the findings/key learnings on theassigned to a team and attached to a specific station. After the first collaboration experiment.two hours of work teams will rotate throughout all four stationsmaking new connections and/or contributing to all other ideas.It’s a musical chairs type of hackathon, like drawing an exquisitecorpse where everyone draws one line each and passes to the nextperson. RAPP facilitators will be attached at each station to providecontinuity, help teams, answer questions, etc.At the end each team will come back to their original stations tofinalize and refine the story and functional object that will bepresented at the Social Media Week panel on 02/17. RAPP + Social Media Week | Hacking for Change
  • +Barry Bohem’s Spiral Model | Image via codeimplant.com Exquisite Corpse Piece | Image via The Daily Omnivore RAPP + Social Media Week | Hacking for Change
  • THE RAPPATHON: AGENDA STATION FOUR STATION ONE 10:00AM - Breakfast, introductions 10:15AM - Ideation 11:15AM - Idea selection (four ideas) TEAMS D A 11:45AM - Break 12:00PM - Prototyping: Round one C B 02:00PM - Prototyping: Round two 04:00PM - Prototyping: Round three 06:00PM - Prototyping: Round four 08:00PM - Refining Ideas STATION THREE STATION TWO Note: Food and drinks will be provided throughout the day RAPP + Social Media Week | Hacking for Change
  • THE RAPPATHON: DESIGN IN MOTION A B C B C D D A C B B A A D D C12:00PM - Prototyping: Round one 02:00PM - Prototyping: Round two 04:00PM - Prototyping: Round three 06:00PM - Prototyping: Round four D A 08:00PM - Refining Ideas Teams return to their initial stations to review the prototypes, edit, and refine the ideas aiming to tighten the story and functional object in C B preparation for the panel presentation on 02/17. RAPP + Social Media Week | Hacking for Change
  • THE BRIEFParticipants and facilitators: Please come prepared with ideas, thoughts, hunches onweb and mobile applications that effect change in any or all of the following areas:1. How can we eliminate the barriers to adopt alternative forms of transportation such as bicycles?2. How can we use mobile apps to improve early development and help new parents with young children?3. How can we improve the quality of life of retired people in urban areas?4. How can we connect people’s skills to jobs through social network APIs?5. How can we reinvent fund raising and volunteering through social networks?6. Have passion for another area? Bring it! RAPP + Social Media Week | Hacking for Change
  • Thank You.Register for our Social Media Week panel:http://socialmediaweek.org/event/?event_id=1462Join the hackathon:rappathon@rapp.com RAPP + Social Media Week | Hacking for Change