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3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo
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3 What The Public Wants - Gianni Longo

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  • 1. What the Public Wants
    People, Pixels, and Plans
  • 2. Preamble to the Charter
    “We are committed to reestablishing the relationship between the art of building and the making of community, through citizen-based participatory planning and design.”
  • 3. Preamble to the Charter
    “We are committed to reestablishing the relationship between the art of building and the making of community, through citizen-based participatory planning and design.”
  • 4. Two Questions
    How do we understand what the public wants?
    How do we facilitate the integration of the intuitive and informed in the making of a comprehensive plan?
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  • 7. People: the Value Game
    Whose values?
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  • 10. Some people nervous, still…
  • 11. Pixels: Seeing to Understand the World
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  • 16. These tools are very seductive. They…
    Help us understand place
    Illustrate choices
    Help us make decisions
    What we need is a framework to use them
  • 17. The Public Process
    Analytical
    Generative
    Deliberative
  • 18. Generating Ideas
  • 19. Linking Ideas to Place
  • 20. Linking Ideas and Place on the Website
    Courtesy: Environmental Simulation Center
  • 21. Outcome: Values that represent what the public genuinely want
  • 22. Analytical: Understanding The Visual Implication of Ideas
  • 23. Analytical – Measuring the Impact of Ideas
    Courtesy: Environmental Simulation Center
  • 24. Evaluating scenarios
    Courtesy: Environmental Simulation Center
  • 25. Outcome: A Vision that articulates how the community can address those values
  • 26. Deliberative: Use of Key-pad Technology
  • 27. Columbus 2012
  • 28. To Shorten the Feedback Loop
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  • 31. Outcome: Policies that determine how the vision can be implemented
  • 32. Three Desired Outcomes
    Values: Represent what the public genuinely want
    Vision: Articulates how the community can address those values
    Policies: Determine how the vision can be implemented
  • 33. What Are the Benefits?
    The integration of public involvement and information technology facilitates the making of a plan in many ways. It
    Places information at the public’s fingertips
    Anticipates the future
    Enables informed decisions
    Gives us permission to act
  • 34. For more information glongo@ACP-planning.com

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