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Digital Cities: Urban community development through information design. Paper presented by John A. McArthur at NCA, November 18, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.

Digital Cities: Urban community development through information design. Paper presented by John A. McArthur at NCA, November 18, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.

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  • DIGITAL CITIES urban community development through information design John A. McArthur Knight School of Communication Queens University of CharlotteNational Communication Association - November 18, 2012
  • Cities for People Gehl, 20104 characteristics ofcities designed for people • Lively • Safe • Sustainable • Healthy
  • The Art of Placemaking Fleming, 20074 roles of “places” • Orientation • Connection • Direction • Animation View slide
  • Information Design Jacobson, 1999 applying design principles to translatecomplex, unorganized, or unstructured data into valuable, meaningful information View slide
  • Information DesignJohn Snow - Spot Map of Cholera Outbreak (1854)
  • Information Design Florence NightingaleRose Diagram of Mortality in the East (1856)
  • Information Design Charles Joseph MinardFlow Map of Napoleon’s Campaign (1869)
  • Information Design applying design principles to translatecomplex, unorganized, or unstructured data into valuable, meaningful information now incorporates the visceral, emotional, and behavioral responses of the user
  • TRANSCENDENCE ENGAGEMENT Human Centered Design Cooley, chapter 4 in Jacobson (1999) MALLEABILITY PURPOSE DESIGN THINKING OWNERSHIP How might these ideas be applied to cities and communities? PANORAMIC RESPONSIVENESS INCLUSIVENESS COHERENCE @JAMcArthur
  • TRANSCENDENCE ENGAGEMENT MALLEABILITY PURPOSE OWNERSHIP PANORAMIC RESPONSIVENESS ENGAGEMENT INCLUSIVENESS the system sparks COHERENCE creativity and innovation @JAMcArthur
  • TRANSCENDENCE ENGAGEMENT MALLEABILITY PURPOSE OWNERSHIP PANORAMIC RESPONSIVENESS MALLEABILITY INCLUSIVENESS the system is flexible COHERENCE and adaptable to changes @JAMcArthur
  • TRANSCENDENCE ENGAGEMENT MALLEABILITY PURPOSE OWNERSHIP PANORAMIC RESPONSIVENESS INCLUSIVENESS INCLUSIVENESS the system invites COHERENCE participation @JAMcArthur
  • TRANSCENDENCE ENGAGEMENT MALLEABILITY PURPOSE OWNERSHIP PANORAMIC RESPONSIVENESS OWNERSHIP INCLUSIVENESS users feel that they are part of COHERENCE the design and upkeep of the system @JAMcArthur
  • connect with me JAMcArthur.com @JAMcArthur John A. McArthur Knight School of Communication Queens University of CharlotteNational Communication Association - November 18, 2012