Tool Direction 4: The Skills ScoutJotte de Koning 2018-05-23T16:00:23+00:00
Tool Direction 4
Tool Direction 4
Tool Direction 3
Tool Direction 2
Tool Direction 1
Participatory City Making, a Framework from research to practice, presented on the TOOLCONference on the 5th of April 2018, by Jotte de Koning and Emma Puerari. See this PDF for the full presentation.
Presented at the TOOLCONference on the 5th of April, door Peter van Waart en Berit Piepgras met bijdragen van Bjørn van Raaij en Tony van Acquoy
These 9 tool directions were drawn up to inspire actual tool development. They give insights into possible opportunities for tools to improve participation between the local government and citizen's initiatives. Each direction is supported by quotes from stakeholders in the field coming from our research. Also, for each direction it is explained 'what a tool
Design thinking workshop with Zorgvrijstaat. Experimenting with formulating a shared vision, making persona's, and identifying a visual style for the e-community.
Traditionally, there are different type of actors identified in city making. However, this makes the divide between citizens and government quite rigid. Therefore, we made another categorisation based on roles. These roles are much more about what people actually do in city making, regardless their formal function of civil servant, private entrepreneur, social initiative taker
Four levels or types of tools are identified in the context of Participatory City Making. These types or levels are loosely based on the levels of design that Buchanan (1992) identifies in his paper on 'Wicked problems in design thinking' where he identifies four areas for discovery in design: signs, things, (inter)actions and complex environments.