Bit Bash is Chicago's Alternative Game Festival with the goal to promote games that either can’t be played at home, have unique controllers, promote community, or have a unique artistic statement. Proceeds go to Chicago Foundation for the Interactive Arts so they can host more rad events, and help them cover entry for kids under 13 and at-risk youth.
My role was to research selected games and develop marketing collateral for Bit Bash at MSI.

Mocked up +100 striking developer placards for the event

Collaborated with the MSI's printing services for banners/signage

Designed instructional placards for every game's control scheme

Helped the curation selections through rounds of surveys/feedback​​​​​​​

Outreached to sponsors and negotiated partnerships​​​​​​​

Trained volunteers and facilitated on site activities during the event

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