Digital Days was a series of courses around the so-called “digital culture”. Their main objective was to present the participants with new ways of taking advantage of the contemporary technology in every form, like making the most out of their smartphone, getting to know social media and keeping their data secure. The concept was simple; we wished to present useful and easy ways with which one could simplify and enhance one’s everyday life, to turn casual people into tech-savvy individuals.
“Live demos” was the key here: rather than videos or articles, there were live presentations during which we demonstrated everything we were talking about. My role in Digital Days was rather complex; as the project leader, composing a series of interesting and meaningful topics was my main responsibility. Along with my team, we chose the individuals invited to the courses and arranged the flow for each one. In the majority of the series, I also held the role of coordinator, while I was also having my own presentations in topics around social media and smartphone usage. Digital Days was organized in two installments achieving a steadily high attendance, bringing people together and, in the end, encouraging them to embrace technology in their lives.