- Daniel C. Stevenson
- Daniel created and managed the City of Bits Web site as part of a UROP project. He wrote all the processing and parsing scripts that generate the HTML content, as well as the special interactive facilities. Dan is a graduate student at the MIT Media Lab.
- Teresa Ehling
- Terry was the project manager for City of Bits. She is the manager of the Digital Projects Lab at the Press.
- Jeffrey T. Kälin
- Jeff is the graphic designer for the site and established the overall graphic vocabulary. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and Oxford University, and formerly a designer at the MIT Press, Jeff now has his own freelance design firm, KälinWerkDesign.
- Regina Schoonover
- Gina was the Webmistress and a Senior Staff Assistant in the School of Architecture and Planning at the time the City of Bits was being developed.
- Anne Beamish
- Anne is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT and was responsible for the in-text links in the Surf Sites area.
- Katrin Silberberg
- Katrin revised the entrance graphics for the City of Bits site. She is a graduate of the MIT School of Architecture and Planning, and a Web consultant in private practice. She also designed the Press's second book site, Moths to the Flames.
- Suguru Ishizaki
- Suguru designed the jacket cover and home page image and animation for City of Bits while he was a doctoral student at the MIT Media Laboratory. He is currently an assistant professor of Communication Design at Carnegie Mellon University.
- William J. Mitchell
- Author of City of Bits, Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at MIT.