Sketch-A-Space contest deadline extended to August 20

We’ve been delighted to see entries rolling in for our Easter Seals Sketch-A-Space competition. So delighted, in fact, that we have decided to extend the deadline to enter until Friday, August 20, 2010. From the Easter Seals Web site:

The Easter Seals’ Sketch-A-Space competition offers people with autism — and those interested in learning more about autism or who have someone in their life that lives with autism — an opportunity to design their ideal, dream space using Google SketchUp’s free 3-D modeling software.

Design the room or space of your dreams — for a chance to win $2,000 to make that dream space come true. Join us in helping to make spaces more accessible to people living with autism!

Last week both Easter Seals and the Google SketchUp Project Spectrum team were able to host information booths and deliver sessions at the Autism Society of America conference. It was so cool to see all the teens and adults with autism cruise around on the SketchUp software. The strong visual-spatial skills demonstrated by many people with autism really do shine when using SketchUp Software.

Those who have already entered should feel free to continue fine-tuning entries on their Google Site. And those of you who haven’t entered yet? There’s still time! Link to Sketch-A-Space to enter the contest by August 20, and we’ll send your work on to our judges. Good luck!


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