Daniel Hirschmann and Bethany Koby from Technology Will Save Us offer DIY kits and workshop classes to demystify everyday tech.

Daniel Hirschmann and Bethany Koby are displacing the traditional notions of haberdashery with Technology Will Save Us, a movement that brings the craft of making into the tech space to enforce change.

At PSFK CONFERENCE LONDON 2012, the founders discussed how they are breaking down the barriers between everyday people and the mysteries of technology by providing “kits for everyday life.” From an electro greeting card to a thirsty plant kit, they offer a DIY approach for interested parties to learn the simple process of how to create a tech object, encouraging them to “produce and not merely [consume] technology.”

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