Interactive City Tools- a structure for understandingAndrew	  Nash	  GreenCityStreets.com	  	  May	  14,	  2013	  	  
Outline	  1.  What	  are	  interac(ve	  city	  tools	  anyway?	  2.  Why	  are	  they	  important?	  3.  Why	  develop	  a...
1.	  What	  are	  interacIve	  city	  tools?	  
Social-­‐based	  technologies	  designed	  to	  increase	  city	  livability,	  economic	  well-­‐being	  and	  sustainabi...
2.	  Why	  are	  interacIve	  city	  tools	  important?	  
Big	  Problems	  +	  Limited	  Resources	  •  Climate	  change	  •  Socio-­‐economic	  change	  •  Demographic	  change	  ...
3.	  Why	  develop	  a	  structure?	  
A	  structure	  helps	  us	  understand	  possibiliIes	  
…	  for	  connecIng	  and	  extending	  systems.	  
4.	  InteracIve	  City	  Tool	  Structure	  
Caveats	  •  Rapidly	  changing	  field	  •  Many	  possible	  structures	  •  Many	  tools	  are	  mulI-­‐purpose	  
Structure	  Framework	  •  Input	  •  Analysis	  •  CollaboraIon	  •  Support	  •  Output	  Input	   Analysis	   Collabora...
Open	  Data	  (by	  Government)	  Sensor	  Data	  (by	  public)	  EducaAonal	  Apps	  Public	  Discussion	  Apps	  AcAons	...
5.	  Examples	  
Open	  Data	  (by	  Government)	  AcAons	  AcAviAes	  Services	  InformaAon	  Status	  Updates	  VisualizaAon	  Analysis	 ...
Sensor	  Data	  (by	  public)	   AcAons	  AcAviAes	  Services	  InformaAon	  Status	  Updates	  VisualizaAon	  Analysis	  ...
Air Quality Egg
AcAons	  AcAviAes	  Services	  InformaAon	  Status	  Updates	  VisualizaAon	  Analysis	  AccounAng	  Public	  ReporIng	  A...
Customized	  reporIng	  applicaIons	  	  
A	  key	  part	  of	  customized	  reporIng	  apps	  are	  back-­‐end	  analysis	  and	  tracking	  systems.	  	  Example:...
discussion	  =	  collaboraIon	  reporIng	  =	  minimal	  collaboraIon	  Discussion	  Public	  Discussion	  Apps	  AcAons	 ...
San	  Francisco	  Mind	  Mixer	  website	  
Shareabouts	  ...	  Brooklyn	  pedestrian	  safety	  (OpenPlans)	  
GreenCityStreets	  …	  Facebook-­‐based	  collaboraIon	  app	  
“Why	  is	  everyone’s	  valuable	  input	  so	  stupid?”	  
EducaAonal	  Apps	  Public	  Discussion	  Apps	  AcAons	  AcAviAes	  Services	  Plans	  BeGer	  MeeAng	  Apps	  CollaboraA...
EducaIonal	  ApplicaIons	  (Support)	  1.  EducaIonal	  games	  2.  BudgeIng	  games	  3.  VisualizaIon	  tools	  4.  Wiki...
Community	  PlanIT	  …	  game	  based	  engagement	  app	  
BusMeister	  …	  a	  learning	  game	  about	  public	  transport.	  
ParticipatoryChinatownBoston
Improve	  Public	  Transport	  wiki	  …	  …	  crowd-­‐sourced	  informaIon	  about	  public	  transport.	  
AddiIonal	  Support	  ApplicaIons	  1.  Encourage	  involvement	  2.  Design	  new	  applicaIons	  3.  Process	  and	  mee...
Grr-­‐Grr-­‐Bike	  …	  …	  smartphone	  game:	  educaIon	  +	  engagement	  
Designing	  Chicago	  …	  …	  crowdsourcing	  public	  transport	  apps.	  
Plan-­‐in-­‐a-­‐box	  …	  …	  tools	  for	  creaIng	  interacIve	  planning	  applicaIons.	  
GOOD	  QUESTION!	  
Outputs	  1.  InformaIon	  –	  Status	  Updates	  2.  Real	  AcIviIes	  and	  AcIons	  –  Clean-­‐up	  days	  –  P2P	  rid...
Finally	  …	  If	  you	  don’t	  do	  it	  …	  someone	  else	  will!	  
6.	  QuesIons	  
InteracIve	  City	  Tools	  -­‐	  a	  structure	  for	  understanding	  Andrew	  Nash	  andy@andynash.com	  www.andynash.c...
References	  •  Nash,	  Andrew;	  A	  Proposed	  Structure	  for	  Understanding	  InteracAve	  City	  Tools;	  Paper	  pr...
References	  -­‐	  2	  •  CycleTracks	  GPS	  data	  collecAon	  system	  for	  bicycling:	  hGp://www.sfcta.org/modeling-...
Interactive city tool_structure-nash-14may13.pptx
Interactive city tool_structure-nash-14may13.pptx
Interactive city tool_structure-nash-14may13.pptx
Interactive city tool_structure-nash-14may13.pptx
Interactive city tool_structure-nash-14may13.pptx
Interactive city tool_structure-nash-14may13.pptx
Interactive city tool_structure-nash-14may13.pptx
Interactive city tool_structure-nash-14may13.pptx
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Interactive city tool_structure-nash-14may13.pptx

  1. 1. Interactive City Tools- a structure for understandingAndrew  Nash  GreenCityStreets.com    May  14,  2013    
  2. 2. Outline  1.  What  are  interac(ve  city  tools  anyway?  2.  Why  are  they  important?  3.  Why  develop  a  structure?  4.  A  proposed  structure  5.  Examples  6.  QuesIons  
  3. 3. 1.  What  are  interacIve  city  tools?  
  4. 4. Social-­‐based  technologies  designed  to  increase  city  livability,  economic  well-­‐being  and  sustainability.    Your  city?  
  5. 5. 2.  Why  are  interacIve  city  tools  important?  
  6. 6. Big  Problems  +  Limited  Resources  •  Climate  change  •  Socio-­‐economic  change  •  Demographic  change  •  Urban  growth  •  Financial  crisis  Ci(es  need  ideas  and  help  from  residents  to  remain  livable  …  “social  era”  principles.  
  7. 7. 3.  Why  develop  a  structure?  
  8. 8. A  structure  helps  us  understand  possibiliIes  
  9. 9. …  for  connecIng  and  extending  systems.  
  10. 10. 4.  InteracIve  City  Tool  Structure  
  11. 11. Caveats  •  Rapidly  changing  field  •  Many  possible  structures  •  Many  tools  are  mulI-­‐purpose  
  12. 12. Structure  Framework  •  Input  •  Analysis  •  CollaboraIon  •  Support  •  Output  Input   Analysis   CollaboraIon   Output  Support  
  13. 13. Open  Data  (by  Government)  Sensor  Data  (by  public)  EducaAonal  Apps  Public  Discussion  Apps  AcAons  AcAviAes  Services  Plans  InformaAon  Status  Updates  BeGer  MeeAng  Apps  CollaboraAon  VisualizaAon  Analysis  AccounAng  Develop  New  Apps  Input   Analysis   CollaboraAon   Output  Public  ReporAng  Apps  Support  Real  RelaAonship  Apps  
  14. 14. 5.  Examples  
  15. 15. Open  Data  (by  Government)  AcAons  AcAviAes  Services  InformaAon  Status  Updates  VisualizaAon  Analysis  AccounAng  
  16. 16. Sensor  Data  (by  public)   AcAons  AcAviAes  Services  InformaAon  Status  Updates  VisualizaAon  Analysis  AccounAng  
  17. 17. Air Quality Egg
  18. 18. AcAons  AcAviAes  Services  InformaAon  Status  Updates  VisualizaAon  Analysis  AccounAng  Public  ReporIng  Apps  1.  Mainstream  social  media  (TwiGer)  2.  Service  status  &  reporIng  3.  GPS  reporIng  applicaIons  (e.g.,  bikes)  4.  Survey  applicaIons  (e.g.,  Survey  Monkey)  5.  Customized  reporIng  applicaIons  ReporIng  
  19. 19. Customized  reporIng  applicaIons    
  20. 20. A  key  part  of  customized  reporIng  apps  are  back-­‐end  analysis  and  tracking  systems.    Example:  Verbeterdebuurt,  Netherlands  
  21. 21. discussion  =  collaboraIon  reporIng  =  minimal  collaboraIon  Discussion  Public  Discussion  Apps  AcAons  AcAviAes  Services  Plans  CollaboraIon  
  22. 22. San  Francisco  Mind  Mixer  website  
  23. 23. Shareabouts  ...  Brooklyn  pedestrian  safety  (OpenPlans)  
  24. 24. GreenCityStreets  …  Facebook-­‐based  collaboraIon  app  
  25. 25. “Why  is  everyone’s  valuable  input  so  stupid?”  
  26. 26. EducaAonal  Apps  Public  Discussion  Apps  AcAons  AcAviAes  Services  Plans  BeGer  MeeAng  Apps  CollaboraAon  VisualizaAon  Analysis  AccounAng  Develop  New  Apps  Support  Real  RelaAonship  Apps  Support  ApplicaIons  
  27. 27. EducaIonal  ApplicaIons  (Support)  1.  EducaIonal  games  2.  BudgeIng  games  3.  VisualizaIon  tools  4.  Wikis  5.  Design  libraries  Help  improve  the  collabora(on  process.  
  28. 28. Community  PlanIT  …  game  based  engagement  app  
  29. 29. BusMeister  …  a  learning  game  about  public  transport.  
  30. 30. ParticipatoryChinatownBoston
  31. 31. Improve  Public  Transport  wiki  …  …  crowd-­‐sourced  informaIon  about  public  transport.  
  32. 32. AddiIonal  Support  ApplicaIons  1.  Encourage  involvement  2.  Design  new  applicaIons  3.  Process  and  meeIng  support  Help  improve  the  collabora(on  process.  
  33. 33. Grr-­‐Grr-­‐Bike  …  …  smartphone  game:  educaIon  +  engagement  
  34. 34. Designing  Chicago  …  …  crowdsourcing  public  transport  apps.  
  35. 35. Plan-­‐in-­‐a-­‐box  …  …  tools  for  creaIng  interacIve  planning  applicaIons.  
  36. 36. GOOD  QUESTION!  
  37. 37. Outputs  1.  InformaIon  –  Status  Updates  2.  Real  AcIviIes  and  AcIons  –  Clean-­‐up  days  –  P2P  ridesharing  –  Sharing  –  Crowd  funding  –  Kickstarter  (?)  –  Casserole  –  shared  meals  and  socializing  3.  Plans  
  38. 38. Finally  …  If  you  don’t  do  it  …  someone  else  will!  
  39. 39. 6.  QuesIons  
  40. 40. InteracIve  City  Tools  -­‐  a  structure  for  understanding  Andrew  Nash  andy@andynash.com  www.andynash.com  +43  676  933-­‐0483  Vienna,  Austria  
  41. 41. References  •  Nash,  Andrew;  A  Proposed  Structure  for  Understanding  InteracAve  City  Tools;  Paper  prepared  for  TU  DelX  Conference:  Using  ICT,  Social  Media  and  Mobile  Technologies  to  Foster  Self-­‐OrganisaAon  in  Urban  and  Neighbourhood  Governance;  May  2,  2013;  paper  and  presentaAon:  hGp://andynash.com/publicaAons/    •  Links  and  updated  informaAon  on  InteracAve  City  Tools  on  the  wiki:  hGp://interacAve-­‐city-­‐planning-­‐tools.wikispaces.com/home    •  “InteracAve  City  Tool”  name  from  Play  the  City  project  Majority  Report  hGp://www.playthecity.nl/12460/en/seven-­‐keys-­‐to-­‐make-­‐an-­‐interacAve-­‐city-­‐tool    •  “Social  era”  from  Nilofer  Merchant;  11  Rules  for  CreaAng  Value  in  the  #SocialEra,  Harvard  Business  Review  Press  (September  12,  2012).    •  Trafficcom  traffic  counter:    hGp://trafficcom.org    •  Air  Quality  Egg:    hGp://airqualityegg.com  •  Cosm  sensor  data  sharing  plahorm    hGps://cosm.com/    
  42. 42. References  -­‐  2  •  CycleTracks  GPS  data  collecAon  system  for  bicycling:  hGp://www.sfcta.org/modeling-­‐and-­‐travel-­‐forecasAng/cycletracks-­‐iphone-­‐and-­‐android    •  Moovit  public  transport  GPS  reporAng  app:      www.moovitapp.com    •  StreetBump    hGp://www.cityoioston.gov/DoIT/apps/streetbump.asp    •  Seeclickfix    hGp://seeclickfix.org    •  MindMixer  www.mindmixer.com    •  GreenCityStreets.com      www.greencitystreets.com    •  Shareabouts    hGp://shareabouts.org    •  ParAcipatory  Chinatown    hGp://www.parAcipatorychinatown.org/    •  Streetmix.net    hGp://streetmix.net    •  City  Planning  in  a  Box    hGp://openplans.org/2013/04/plan-­‐in-­‐a-­‐box/  •  DesigningChicago    hGp://designingchicago.com/    •  Simpl  Challenge    hGp://www.simpl.co/howitworks    •  CodeforAmerica  (CfA)    hGp://codeforamerica.org/      
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