Jess Mitchell - Thank You!!

Jess Mitchell jess at
Fri Apr 23 16:36:49 UTC 2010

What a wonderful message.  Thank you all.  BUT, the only reason I'm able to do what I do is because our team is so awesome.  So, thank you all for your contributions to the Fluid Engage project.  It was indeed a pleasure to get to know each of you and to work with such a diverse, broadly skilled bunch.  

There was a good bit of excitement about Fluid Engage at Museum and the Web 2010.  We had a good time talking with others who are working in these areas and are excited about future possibilities of collaborating and sharing solutions.  There is no shortage of work to be done!


Jess Mitchell
Boston, MA, USA
Project Manager / Fluid Project
jess at
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On Apr 22, 2010, at 5:15 PM, Victoria Moulder wrote:

> Dear Jess Mitchell,
> On behalf of the SIAT, SFU design team, I would like to recognize and thank you for your the management of the Fluid Engage project.
> We greatly appreciate that you so generously contributed your time to organize a distributed design team that logistically was a challenge to sustain over timezones. We recognize that this organizational structure provided a valuable framework for the design team to produce both the mobile and physical/interface kiosk designs.
> We also acknowledge, that your Museums and the Web, 2010 presentation exemplified these contributions, as people have noted that the Fluid Engage project figured prominently in the conference, inspiring  discussions on the concept of a open source community and universal design principles in general.
> We hope that you enjoyed your time working with our group, and we certainly look forward to seeing the Fluid community grow and prosper in years to come.
> Sincerely,
> Vicki Moulder
> Vicki Moulder, PhD Candidate
> School of Interactive Arts + Technology
> Simon Fraser University
> t: 604 684 2412
> e: vmoulder at
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