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The world is slow in ending world poverty.

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Where are the peo...
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For example, North Carolina is facing exponential growth
from migration. Citizens and State can’t decide how to
mana...
Collaboration is needed to address the compound issues of our day,
and designers can create conditions necessary for this ...
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To facilitate a Citizen’s journey of understanding, I propose tools to do so.

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visual landscape of opinions, facts and
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complexity of compound problems.
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                        there’s a flow of diverse citizens                                    coul...
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When conveying the immigrant/in-state tuition
issue in a university library, how can a
facilitate 18-24 year-old Cit...
thanks for your time


questions? contact me at Matt@NewKind.com
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    1. 1. D C for D 5 2008 Matthew Muñoz
    2. 2. ’ The world is slow in ending world poverty. The is capable of taking a larger leadership role. Where are the people in the partnership that define democracy? Where is the government in the partnership that defines democracy? Timing couldn’t be worse.
    3. 3. ’ For example, North Carolina is facing exponential growth from migration. Citizens and State can’t decide how to manage this growth. The government attempted to pass a bill in 2005 giving undocumented immigrants in-state tuition to address one condition within its control, but the bill failed to pass, resulting in a split between constituents and representatives. Division remains.
    4. 4. Collaboration is needed to address the compound issues of our day, and designers can create conditions necessary for this experience. T , Citizens and State must have a space to assemble. T , Citizens and State must understand the issue. Understanding is built through empathy, trust and education. T , Citizens and State must see future possibilities that address mutual needs.
    5. 5. ’ David Rose’s Receptivity Gradient Not ready to Ready to hear Ready to hold Have an Have an Act on an Advocates for hear and learn and learn an opinion opinion opinion and opinion the position ready to act
    6. 6. ’ create a common language must understand the language and education deliberation culture of multiple knowledge domains di erent than his/her own designer as facilitator | of an activity | to achieve a goal business economics humanities value more mediator translator audible policy that conduit visualizer citizen upholds voices the public’s enabler values
    7. 7. , S To facilitate a Citizen’s journey of understanding, I propose tools to do so. When conveying a public policy issue, how can a dynamic, relational information system facilitate Citizens from being ready to hear and learn to acting on an opinion?
    8. 8. , ? visual landscape of opinions, facts and scenarios for an issue dynamic, relational information system
    9. 9. An information system I am calling a speculates how Citizens and State might manage the complexity of compound problems.
    10. 10. ? could be a dynamic, relational information system a clarification and explanation tool a decision-making environment an accessible discursive space that facilitate Citizens’ journeys towards an informed opinion.
    11. 11. demographic touchpoint type of media channel (object to interact with) physical space tv library tele- electric laptop gallery dynamic, 18–24 year old touch- screen co ee shop digital relational university information monitor students system General Assembly newspaper print home post-it wall
    12. 12. : / there’s a flow of diverse citizens could be designed as a visual indicator with a potential to be pulled in location of the neighborhood/district privileges those who are mobile, proximate to the should o er space exist in multiple space with time to spare to rest library universities audience dynamic, 18–24 year old touch- screen digital relational university information monitor students system object/interaction dynamic up-to-date focus on digital touchscreen communicate with others (ex: Microsoft Surface), physically and virtually placed horizontally vertical signage to illustrate current deliberation
    13. 13. ? When conveying the immigrant/in-state tuition issue in a university library, how can a facilitate 18-24 year-old Citizens from being ready to hear and learn to acting on an opinion?
    14. 14. thanks for your time questions? contact me at Matt@NewKind.com

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