May 24 – June 2, 2019
DeepMay is a new kind of bootcamp taking place at The Cabbage School. The bootcamp is organized by a collective of comrades who work in the tech sector as data scientists, programmers, graphic designers, and product managers. The goal of the camp is to increase our collective capacity through sharing skills in a structured way. DeepMay combines the speed and intensity of the “tech bootcamp” model, and the collective capacity-building and DIY ethos of communist and autonomous camps.
The ten-day intensive will be broken into two tracks: Development and Creative. In each track, students will learn distinct skills and collaborate with the other track throughout the program. To help students get as much out of the ten-day camp as possible, students can expect a packed schedule from morning until bed time. Participants will start each day with group exercise, break up into tracks for classes and lectures throughout the day, take turns cooking meals for each other and taking care of other collective chores.
In the tech track, students will choose an area of focus: data science or front-end web development.
In the creative track, students will learn the basics of typography, art direction, branding, UX, and UI. Students will learn to execute concepts based on visual research, typographic training, formal exercises, and layout. Special emphasis will be placed on design digital media, and working with developers.
Learn more and register at www.deepmay.io/
Michael Appuhn is a product manager with a background in graphic design, user experience, data science, and both front and back-end development. As a consultant, he often serves as the center point between engineering, business, and creative teams. His clients have included Co-Star Astrology, Sotheby’s, Tommy Hilfiger, Cole Haan, Paper Magazine, MTV, NBC, Alex and Ani, and Discount Universe, among others. He had a bachelors in graphic design from the School of Visual Arts.
Marc Jonathan is a self-taught graphic designer / art director with a passion for identity systems and dumb edgy trends. Marc skipped the Yale program and went straight to eating shit, freelancing in New York’s fashion and creative industry. He currently works as an art director for ALTR studio. His clients have included The Fine Arts Museum of San Fransisco, Micheal Kors, MTV, Mac Cosmetics, and recently Commune Magazine.