Jose Sanchez

Architect, programmer and game designer, and an Assistant Professor at USC School of Architecture in Los Angeles

Architect, programmer and game designer, and an Assistant Professor at USC School of Architecture in Los Angeles. Principal, Plethora Project; Founding Partner, Bloom Games.

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This past Saturday, DnA and KCRW convened something called a “design jam,” a group brainstorming session.

What we learned from “Flipping the Bird”

This past Saturday, DnA and KCRW convened something called a “design jam,” a group brainstorming session.

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KCRW/DnA invites you to join a “design jam” on Saturday, Oct. 13 at IndieCade in Santa Monica. It will be led by USC’s Jeff Watson and Jose Sanchez.

“Flipping the Bird!”: using games to rethink urban mobility

KCRW/DnA invites you to join a “design jam” on Saturday, Oct. 13 at IndieCade in Santa Monica. It will be led by USC’s Jeff Watson and Jose Sanchez.

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