A five part interaction design experience, the Suburban Dream Machine offers a satirical take on what it means to make it in America. The experience utilizes HTML coding, Makey-Makey buttons, a syringe, a birdhouse, rope, and a frail paper boat. Vote in the presidential election for your favorite white man, physically pull yourself out of poverty, make your information permanent on the internet with Facebook, sail a boat, and put out a house fire that was set by your ex-wife out before it's too late. This experience loosley encapsulates what I feels the stereotypical American suburb dweller has to go through in order to be deemed successful. The experience only existed for a short moment in time, so I decided to document it in a video joined by haunting instructional voices and a hazy guitar instrumental.