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Creating the symbiotic city: Bottom-up collaboration for the co-design of Civic Software, Brussels, 2011.10.27
 

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"Creating the symbiotic city: Bottom-up collaboration for the co-design of Civic Software" - Pedro Prieto-Martín, Asociación Ciudades Kyosei ...

"Creating the symbiotic city: Bottom-up collaboration for the co-design of Civic Software" - Pedro Prieto-Martín, Asociación Ciudades Kyosei
Our presentation in the "ePractice Event: Collaborative production of eGovernment services", Brussels, 2012.10.27
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    Creating the symbiotic city: Bottom-up collaboration for the co-design of Civic Software, Brussels, 2011.10.27 Creating the symbiotic city: Bottom-up collaboration for the co-design of Civic Software, Brussels, 2011.10.27 Presentation Transcript

    • CREATING THE SYMBIOTIC CITY: Bottom-up collaboration for the co-design of Civic Software Pedro Prieto Martín, Asoc. Ciudades Kyosei [email_address] ePractice Event: Collaborative production of eGovernment services Brussels, 2011.10.27
    • CONTEXT: ICT for Governance Innovation Support Models … a light , topic-agnostic and deadline free scheme specifically designed to be open and continuously responsive to novel and fragile ideas that challenge current thinking, whenever they arise and wherever they come from. wherever they come from TARGET T ransformative, A daptive, R esponsive and en G aging E nvironmen T € 9,451,668.00
    • CONTEXT: ICT for Governance Innovation Support Models
    • About “Ciudades Kyosei”
      • First Spanish NGO devoted to (e)Participation, eDemocracy and eGovernance
        • Officially established in 2006;
        • Our research on (e)Participation started in 2004.
      • Areas of work:
        • (e)Participation research and expertise
        • (e)Participation advocacy, promotion and education
        • Socio-technical design, construction and management of Civic Software systems
      • Our research has focused on:
        • Civic Engagement
        • Best design practices for (e)Participation systems
        • Difficulties to promote innovation in the ICT for Governance field
      • Our main aim:
        • The collaborative creation of Kyopol (aka. Symbiotic City)
    • Kyopol – Symbiotic City A living project Sociological research Principles Technical research Theoretical analysis Previous knowledge Objective
    • Permanent Beta to the future Kyopol – Symbiotic City A living project Requirements Principles Technical research Theoretical analysis Previous knowledge Objective Participatory evaluation Design proposal Reviewed design Pilot projects Alpha Reviewed requirements Collaborative Design Construction Sociological research
      • Participatory evaluation
      • Citizens
      • Civic Associations
      • Social Movements (15M /15O)
      • Politicians and representatives
      • Townhall officials
      • Media
      • Researchers...
    • Collaborative Creation – Who?
    • Collaborative Creation – How?
      • General Coordination:
      • Facebook Group
      • e-Mail lists
      • Knowledge:
      • Wiki
        • System Documentation and participatory methodologies
        • Scenarios and “Personas”
      • Shared Docs
      • Functionality:
      • Wire-frames
      • Prototypes
    • Collaborative Creation – How?
      • General Coordination:
      • Facebook Group
      • e-Mail lists
      • Knowledge:
      • Wiki
        • System Documentation and participatory methodologies
        • Scenarios and “Personas”
      • Shared Docs
      • Functionality:
      • Wire-frames
      • Prototypes
      • Key Lessons:
      • Collaboration – Community – People
        • Care about details
        • Be patient: help your helpers to help you
        • You are creating a community! Think long-term
      • Tasks
        • Simple singleton tasks
        • That might or might not be attended
        • Designed to work yes or yes
    • ? Thank you very much for your mindful listening!! More information at http://www.ckyosei.org