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Jeffrey Warren

Jeffrey Warren
Researcher, Grassroots Mapping

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The creator of GrassrootsMapping.org, Jeff designs mapping tools, visual programming environments, and flies kites as a fellow in the Center for Future Civic Media, and as a student at the MIT Media Lab’s Design Ecology group, where he created the vector-mapping framework Cartagen. He co-founded Vestal Design, a graphic/interaction design firm in 2004, and directed the Cut&Paste Labs project, a year-long series of workshops on opensource tools and web design in 2006-7 with Lima designer Diego Rotalde. He is a co-founder of Portland-based Paydici.com as well as Weardrobe.com.

Jeff holds a BA in Architecture from Yale University and spent much of that time (and the following years) working with artist/technologist Natalie Jeremijenko, building robotic dogs and so forth. To find out more, visit Unterbahn.com.

Sessions

Mapping
Location: Ballroom III Level: Novice
Jeffrey Warren (Grassroots Mapping)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 4 ratings)
Grassroots Mapping (grassrootsmapping.org) is a series of participatory mapping projects involving communities in cartographic dispute. In this talk, Jeffrey will review the January projects in Lima, Peru and discuss the ongoing work of activist and community-based grassroots mappers around the world. Read more.