Teaching Old MarketsNew TricksJennifer DunnamInteraction Designer   frog
Food Spotting | Mobile App   Chi’Lantro | Food Truck
Where can Ifind heirloom tomatoes?
Ownership & Investment                                            crowd-sourced                                           ...
Location & Distribution                                                                socially networked              cus...
Participation & Exchange                   customers buy items directly                   from their neighbor’s garden    ...
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Teaching Old Markets New Tricks

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frog Interaction Designer Jennifer Dunnam explores the farmers’ market, technology, and the future urban environment. Presented at the Food, the City, and Innovation Conference in Austin, Texas.

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  1. 1. Teaching Old MarketsNew TricksJennifer DunnamInteraction Designer frog
  2. 2. Food Spotting | Mobile App Chi’Lantro | Food Truck
  3. 3. Where can Ifind heirloom tomatoes?
  4. 4. Ownership & Investment crowd-sourced project funding new products collective ownership and services and shared risk for customers What if the city owned the farm?
  5. 5. Location & Distribution socially networked customers request delivery customers services and notifications location location products requests events activities vendors post daily events mobile & responsive and product listings network of vendors What if the market followed the crowd?
  6. 6. Participation & Exchange customers buy items directly from their neighbor’s garden I need more carrots! vendors add surplus items to market sales gardeners post surplus items online What if garden surplus could generate quick cash?

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