Google Geek Street was a street fair in downtown Chicago. It was your typical street fair, only instead of fried dough and gyros, the booths featured gadgets and gizmos to delight kids and inspire them to learn more about computer science. Toy-like symbols were integrated into the event: robots, building blocks, and paper airplanes. Google’s brand colors provided subtle, quick brand recognition; the robot became the event’s unofficial mascot; and more than 1,500 children crowded Chicago’s Daley Plaza for the fair.
Google Geek Street featured in “Google Geek Street Fair gets Chicago kids acquainted with STEM” in Chicago Tribune
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