ModSpace hosted the Valley Designathon on Saturday to develop or redesign websites and an app for three Modesto nonprofit organizations. The 10-hour competition was held at the Kirk Lindsey Center on 10th Street. Among those watching teams at work are, third from right, Jose Sabala of South Modesto Partnerships and, second from right, Darin Jesberg of the Dry Creek Trails Coalition.
ModSpace hosted the Valley Designathon on Saturday to develop or redesign websites and an app for three Modesto nonprofit organizations. The 10-hour competition was held at the Kirk Lindsey Center on 10th Street. Among those watching teams at work are, third from right, Jose Sabala of South Modesto Partnerships and, second from right, Darin Jesberg of the Dry Creek Trails Coalition. Deke Farrow jfarrow@modbee.com
ModSpace hosted the Valley Designathon on Saturday to develop or redesign websites and an app for three Modesto nonprofit organizations. The 10-hour competition was held at the Kirk Lindsey Center on 10th Street. Among those watching teams at work are, third from right, Jose Sabala of South Modesto Partnerships and, second from right, Darin Jesberg of the Dry Creek Trails Coalition. Deke Farrow jfarrow@modbee.com

Designathon helps Modesto nonprofits with websites, app

May 24, 2016 3:34 PM

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