City Tickets - Mayo Nissen at CIID

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The final presentation of my thesis project, City Tickets, at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. for more details, see citytickets.dk

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City Tickets - Mayo Nissen at CIID

  1. 1. Final Presentation Mayo Nissen September 2010
  2. 2. 1: Starting Point 2: Small Idea
  3. 3. 1: Starting Point 2: Small Idea 3: Big Idea
  4. 4. 1: Starting Point 4: Journey 2: Small Idea 3: Big Idea 5: Reflections
  5. 5. Starting Points 2 distinct lenses
  6. 6. Starting Points Ubiquitous Computing Technology
  7. 7. Starting Points Cities Urbanism Urban Sociology People
  8. 8. Photo: Shelley Bernstein (Creative Commons BY-NC-SA) “How will our understanding of the city change when [ubicomp] is the stuff of everyday urban life?” Adam Greenfield
  9. 9. “There are magnificent bits of infrastructure just lying around” Russell Davies
  10. 10. solar power printing payment system static location basic input and output networked processing capability
  11. 11. The basic ideaThe basic idea
  12. 12. The basic idea Using existing ticket machines as a communication channel between citizens and city government.
  13. 13. The basic idea Using existing ticket machines as a communication channel between citizens and city government.
  14. 14. The basic idea A way to report problems and make suggestions, here and now.
  15. 15. The basic idea A way to report problems and make suggestions, here and now.
  16. 16. The basic idea A way to report problems and make suggestions, here and now. A way to get a hyperlocal to-do list for the area.
  17. 17. The big IDea From a legible city (Lynch, 1960) towards a read/write urbanism (Greenfield, 2010)
  18. 18. The big IDea From a legible city towards a read/write urbanism Participatory urbanism Civic engagement Active Citizenship
  19. 19. The big IDea Open government Government 2.0 Transparency
  20. 20. prior art: standing on the shoulders of giants. NY-311, SF-311 Open311 SeeClickFix HeyGov FixMyStreet
  21. 21. SO... what’s new? a touchpoint of a service, embedded in the urban fabric, available here and now.
  22. 22. SO... what’s new? a touchpoint of a service, embedded in the urban fabric, available here and now, for all.
  23. 23. understanding and rethinking infrastructure
  24. 24. understanding and rethinking infrastructure systems/layers: CPH a walkshop on networked urbanism
  25. 25. desirability feasability viability
  26. 26. desirability feasability viability
  27. 27. desirability feasability viability “Now that we can do anything, what will we do?” Lester B Pearson
  28. 28. Politics, ethics, values What is a “good city”? Good for whom? What makes a city liveable?
  29. 29. “There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all.” Peter Drucker
  30. 30. creating the biggest impact.
  31. 31. the craft of invisibility.
  32. 32. 1: Starting Point 4: Journey 2: Small Idea 3: Big Idea 5: Reflections
  33. 33. there are magnificent bits of infrastructure, just lying around...
  34. 34. there are magnificent bits of infrastructure, just lying around... Why not do more with them?
  35. 35. thanks mayonissen.com citytickets.dk

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