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Payphones in Toronto

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  • 1. Payphones in Toronto Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 2. those without landlines those without cellphones 25% of Toronto employers family friends low-income citizens communication designted ‘private’ areas emergencies payphones in Toronto neglected citizens graffiti government litter costly for service providers vandalism phone providers inconvenience increased cellphone use uncomfortable removal of booths reliable price increase unserviced broken wireless technology concept map > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 3. those without landlines those without cellphones 25% of Toronto employers family friends low-income citizens accounting for important for with communication designted ‘private’ areas is a necessity emergencies payphones in Toronto are in neglected through citizens graffiti since government litter costly for service providers vandalism due to phone providers due to inconvenience increased cellphone use uncomfortable resulting in by way of not always removal of booths reliable leading to price increase unserviced due to broken wireless technology battery life concept map > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 4. College & Bathurst > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 5. Kensington Market + Queen & John > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 6. Subway station, Spadina & inside phone booth > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 7. Spadina Ave. > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 8. Queen + John > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 9. Kensington Market > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 10. College Street > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 11. Queen Street > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 12. Queen West > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 13. Queen Street > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 14. Spadina Ave. > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 15. Queen Stret > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 16. College Street > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson
  • 17. College Street > Payphones in Toronto : Visual Essay > Design and Information Architecture Fall 07 > Jessica Atkinson

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