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Social media building blocks for Crisis Response

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The presentation outlines building blocks that could be used as a tool in design work oriented at crafting social media solutions for Crisis and Humanitarian Response work. These slides was first used at the ISCRAM Summerschool 2012.

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Social media building blocks for Crisis Response

  1. 1. Social Media Building Blocks for Humanitarian and Crisis response work? Jonas Landgren (PhD) Crisis Response Lab Interaction Design Division Department of Applied IT Chalmers University of Technology & Gothenburg University www.jonaslandgren.com
  2. 2. ObjectiveSocial Media Building Blocks is based onthe idea that if we are a bit more specificwith what we aim for in our design efforts,chances are pretty good that we actually willachieve something good.The building blocks could be seen as a toolto communicate aspects in the design work.
  3. 3. Two dimensions that must be shaped and crafted in order to form balance. Technology Situation
  4. 4. Two primary dimensions, and example aspectsSituationTarget Individuals Local NGOs Governmental Impromptu Slacktivists Corporationsgroups & Families Communities agencies Volunteers & VTCTechnologyFunction Inform / Broadcasting Connecting Collaborating Sharing Monitoring Locating / ality Reporting Mapping
  5. 5. Situation dimensions Health Information & Food Micro Education Culture Human RightsFocus Business Communicationsareas Target Individuals Local NGOs Governmental Impromptu Slacktivists Corporations groups & Families Communities agencies Volunteers & VTC Continuous humanitarian Preparedness & Response Recovery RebuildingPhases assistance Prevention Operational Administrative PoliticalPerspectives Type of Support Improve Evolve Disrupt Revolutionize impact Work Single genius Dedicated team Network of Community Movement force organisations
  6. 6. Situation dimensions Health Information & Food Micro Education Culture Human RightsFocus Business Communicationsareas Target Individuals Local NGOs Governmental Impromptu Slacktivists Corporations groups & Families Communities agencies Volunteers & VTC Continuous humanitarian Preparedness & Response Recovery RebuildingPhases assistance Prevention Operational Administrative PoliticalPerspectives Type of Support Improve Evolve Disrupt Revolutionize impact Work Single genius Dedicated team Network of Community Movement force organisations
  7. 7. Technology dimensionsFunction Inform / Broadcasting Connecting Collaborating Sharing Monitoring Locating / ality Reporting Mapping Avail- Mobile use Location Organization dependent use dependent use ability Data streams Tools Platforms Skills andDeliverable capabilities Opennes Open use Flexible use Restricted use s No costs Indirect costs Fee Costs Type of Available Reconfigured New Technology deploy technology technology to bring to ment on location on location location
  8. 8. Technology dimensionsFunction Inform / Broadcasting Connecting Collaborating Sharing Monitoring Locating / ality Reporting Mapping Avail- Mobile use Location Organization dependent use dependent use ability Data streams Tools Platforms Skills andDeliverable capabilities Opennes Open use Flexible use Restricted use s No costs Indirect costs Fee Costs Type of Available Reconfigured New Technology deploy technology technology to bring to ment on location on location location

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