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Future Language
Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University
Ph.D in Media and Governance
iba@sfc.keio.ac.jp
Takashi Iba
...
a new design method for designing
the future of place, community, and life
Future Language
Future WordsWord
How
Why
What ― What is ideal
― Why it is important
― How we can achieve it
Future Language is a method an...
With using the Future Words, people can share
their vision and conduct good collaborations
toward the future based on the ...
Future ?“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.”
Alan Kay
Future Mining
Usually, three-hours workshop
Two (or one) facilitators, which we call “generators,” facilitate
the process and present th...
How to accomplish
the future vision
Label the solutions
Ideal vision
Problems
or
Concerns
Future Mining
Future WordsWord
H...
How to accomplish
the future vision
Label the solutions
Ideal vision
Problems
or
Concerns
Future Mining
Future Language for Pattern Community
Conference on Pattern Language of Programs 2014 (PLoP2014)
Future Language for Pattern Community
Conference on Pattern Language of Programs 2014 (PLoP2014)
Future Language for Pattern Community
Conference on Pattern Language of Programs 2014 (PLoP2014)
Ideal vision
What kind of pattern community
would you like in the future?
Any idea is welcome from bold to unique.
Problems
or
Concerns
What are your problems or concerns
Personal or general concerns are welcome.
about the pattern commun...
Make some groups of related ideas and circle them.
Problems
or
Concerns
Ideal vision
Connect the ideal vision and the concerns.
If the problem is solved, what would be the end result?
Ideal vision
Problems
o...
How to accomplish
the future vision
Think about the solutions to the issues.
Any idea is welcome from bold to unique.
Idea...
How to accomplish
the future vision
Label the solutions
Give the important solutions
an attractive, simple, and sticky nam...
How to accomplish
the future vision
Label the solutions
Ideal vision
Problems
or
Concerns
How to accomplish
the future vision
Label the solutions
Ideal vision
Problems
or
Concerns
Future Mining
Future Mining
The process is designed as that workshop participants always do
divergent thinking, however the process of t...
Generator
generator = facilitator + participant
facilitating the process (as a facilitator) and also present
their own ide...
CASE 1
Renovating a workplace
UDS, ltd., Tokyo, Japan
with Future Language Design Process
with Future Language Design Process
UDS, ltd., Tokyo, Japan
with Future Language Design Process
Implemented with
“Non-pressure Cafe”
Implemented with
“Big BAN...
Measurement Space: Put measurement patterns on walls and floors in the café so that we can
understand the size of material...
"Compared to official meetings, I was able to share my opinions more with the help of
casual atmosphere. I felt its effect...
CASE 2
Designing a new café restaurant
Output Cafe, Ebina, Kanagawa, Japan
Designing a New Cafe
with Future Language Design Process
Future Word Desired future Ideas how to realize Current problem
Family Bistro
Dishes that satisfies
both adults and
childr...
Comfortable Space
The path is wide
enough so that
strollers can go
through smoothly.
A place where you can
eat delicious f...
Future Word Desired future Ideas how to realize Current problem
Comfortable Table
& Chairs
There are seats
where tabletops...
Future Word Desired future Ideas how to realize Current problem
Morning Seminar
Kids can play around
while moving their
bo...
211 Future Words were generated by several types of stakeholders
The café restaurant ‘PUBLIE’ designed based on the future language
“Ebina Ougi-cho itself is still new and there’s only few citizens, so
customers at dinner time are mainly the workers from...
133 future words were generated in total.
“Communiteacher”
133 future words were generated in total.
CASE 3
Envisioning a regional community
Designing An Actions for Local Agriculture
with Future Language Design Process
Smart-House Future Center, Kagoshima, Japan
10 future words were generated in the first workshop, and 31 future words
in the second workshop.
Through the workshop, we found out that they want to widely share the value of locally produced agricultural
products with...
“We had wide variety of participants from different occupation and age,
such as formers, city officials, staffs from city ...
“We have been getting ideas to utilize empty facilities in the shopping
street, but couldn’t figure out how to actually do...
Designing A New Work Style
with Future Language Design Process
Smart-House Future Center, Kagoshima, Japan
“The direction towards realization was clear with small number of
participants and speedy process.” (Kindergarten manager)...
"We had the problem with ambiguity of the discussion topic when holding
workshops with citizens, but the Future Language m...
CASE 4
Involving Children
to make the Play Park Alive
“Kodomo no Mori” (Kids’ Forest) in Nerima, Tokyo
http://nerima-kodomonomori.com
Future Mining Workshop
at “Kodomo no Mori” (Kids’ Forest) Park
Future Mining Workshop
at “Kodomo no Mori” (Kids’ Forest) Park
Future Word Desired future Idea how to achieve it Current problem
Parent vs Kids Tag
Want to play tag with
parents/childre...
Future Word Desired future Idea how to achieve it Current problem
Seasonize
Want to feel the
season, summer-like in
summer...
“The events were always planned by adults, but we want to organize
events as well from now on!” (12 years old, boy)
“I had...
Feedback from the management staff of the park
“It was a event where we got the chance to peek in inside the head of
kids ...
OTHER CASES
(for business person)
Other Cases of Future Mining Workshops
(for teachers)
(for local residents)
Elementary School
(for t...
Designing A Community Center
with Future Language Design Process
Lorega District, Cebu City, Philippines
Designing A Community Center
with Future Language Design Process
Nakamura, S. and Iba, T. (2015) “Collaborative Initiative...
“The Future Vision of Productive City — Where Pattern Languages Are Used”
(Norihiko Kimura, Yuma Akado, Takashi Iba)
Poste...
Future WordsWord
How
Why
What ― What is ideal
― Why it is important
― How we can achieve it
Future Language is a method an...
Future Mining
The process is designed as that workshop participants always
do divergent thinking, however the process of t...
Future Language
Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University
Ph.D in Media and Governance
iba@sfc.keio.ac.jp
Takashi Iba
...
"Future Language for Collaborative Design" (PUARL2016)
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"Future Language for Collaborative Design" (PUARL2016)

  1. 1. Future Language Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University Ph.D in Media and Governance iba@sfc.keio.ac.jp Takashi Iba Future Language for Collaborative Design PUARL2016 Conference
  2. 2. a new design method for designing the future of place, community, and life Future Language
  3. 3. Future WordsWord How Why What ― What is ideal ― Why it is important ― How we can achieve it Future Language is a method and also a set of Future Words to talk about the desired future vision. Each Future Words has three aspects: what is a desired achievement in the future, why it is important, and how to achieve it. Future Language
  4. 4. With using the Future Words, people can share their vision and conduct good collaborations toward the future based on the words. Future Language When thinking and talking about our future, we should use our own vocabulary we have already had. Future must include something that doesn’t exist today, so in principle our current vocabulary is not enough to describe the future! Motivation
  5. 5. Future ?“The best way to predict the future is to invent it.” Alan Kay
  6. 6. Future Mining
  7. 7. Usually, three-hours workshop Two (or one) facilitators, which we call “generators,” facilitate the process and present their own ideas as participants. Future Mining
  8. 8. How to accomplish the future vision Label the solutions Ideal vision Problems or Concerns Future Mining Future WordsWord How Why What ― What is ideal ― Why it is important ― How we can achieve it desired states and write ideas on sticky notes. Then, they think about the current they feel and write them on sticky notes. After that, they think an idea how to realize each of the desired states. Finally, they label the solutions that they came up with as one of the Future Words, which solve those problems
  9. 9. How to accomplish the future vision Label the solutions Ideal vision Problems or Concerns Future Mining
  10. 10. Future Language for Pattern Community Conference on Pattern Language of Programs 2014 (PLoP2014)
  11. 11. Future Language for Pattern Community Conference on Pattern Language of Programs 2014 (PLoP2014)
  12. 12. Future Language for Pattern Community Conference on Pattern Language of Programs 2014 (PLoP2014)
  13. 13. Ideal vision What kind of pattern community would you like in the future? Any idea is welcome from bold to unique.
  14. 14. Problems or Concerns What are your problems or concerns Personal or general concerns are welcome. about the pattern community? Ideal vision
  15. 15. Make some groups of related ideas and circle them. Problems or Concerns Ideal vision
  16. 16. Connect the ideal vision and the concerns. If the problem is solved, what would be the end result? Ideal vision Problems or Concerns
  17. 17. How to accomplish the future vision Think about the solutions to the issues. Any idea is welcome from bold to unique. Ideal vision Problems or Concerns
  18. 18. How to accomplish the future vision Label the solutions Give the important solutions an attractive, simple, and sticky name. Ideal vision Problems or Concerns
  19. 19. How to accomplish the future vision Label the solutions Ideal vision Problems or Concerns
  20. 20. How to accomplish the future vision Label the solutions Ideal vision Problems or Concerns Future Mining
  21. 21. Future Mining The process is designed as that workshop participants always do divergent thinking, however the process of the workshop works loosely as . So, it is easy for non-professional people to participate in building future language, and workshops get lively.
  22. 22. Generator generator = facilitator + participant facilitating the process (as a facilitator) and also present their own ideas (as participants).
  23. 23. CASE 1 Renovating a workplace
  24. 24. UDS, ltd., Tokyo, Japan with Future Language Design Process
  25. 25. with Future Language Design Process
  26. 26. UDS, ltd., Tokyo, Japan with Future Language Design Process Implemented with “Non-pressure Cafe” Implemented with “Big BAN” Before After
  27. 27. Measurement Space: Put measurement patterns on walls and floors in the café so that we can understand the size of materials during meeting with the clients. Even if the client is not familiar with designing, they can feel the actual size by using this space. Decibel Level: Since the sounds made differ depending on the work, assign rooms and spaces based on the sound level. By creating difference in sound levels, it helps all the departments to work in their best environment without caring about the disturbance they may be creating. Hospitality Entrance: There is a space in front of the reception desk where visitors can wait. It avoids them to feel uncomfortable or wander around for a space to wait. Big Wall: Place a bulletin board on the wall so it can also be used in meetings. Items such as a map of members’ place of birth can be posted for hints of communication. Center Copier: Place the copier in the middle of office so that it’s easy to access from anywhere in the room. Design motion line based on the Center Copier so that everyone can work comfortably. Displaying Storage: In order to stay organized with the limited space, create storage space including the ceiling and basement so that all documents, materials, shipments, magazines, pamphlets, and samples are within the reach. Comfortable Skype: Make a booth for holding Skype meetings or conference calls comfortably, sound wise and space wise. This booth makes it possible to hold meetings smoothly with the China office as well as other offices. UDS Shop: A shop that sells products sold in UDS sites. It helps the headquarter members to know more about other sites and also works as a promotion. 170 Future Words were generated by UDS members
  28. 28. "Compared to official meetings, I was able to share my opinions more with the help of casual atmosphere. I felt its effectiveness in how the core of the idea can be incorporated into design." (Building Material) "We were able to share different points of view by gathering from various departments. While there are limitations when organizing premises alone, doing it in workshop style made our thoughts flexible and new ideas were created. I would like to use this method in the designing process from now on." (Architectural designer) “We tend to come up with only 2 or 3 ideas when thinking alone, so it was interesting how ideas grew when we discussed and mixed ideas as a group. I thought this method is highly effective in a way that it enables us to reach valuable ideas in short time.” (Architectural designer) “By discussing with members from various departments in today’s workshop, I was able to know what they are usually thinking about, and what their ideal office and work styles are. Naming the ideas as Future Words in the end helped us feel that we actually made the idea by ourselves, and also helped us build the ownership of our office.” (Planner & regional coordinator) “I was able to know our usual work style and the history of the company through exchanging opinions with members from various position. I got excited how we were able to create our new unique system by creating Future Language. Thinking about the ideal work place made me think about the ideal work style too. I didn’t have strong complaints toward the present situation, but we were able to find problems through dialogue and realize the room for improvement.” (Public relations staff) Feedback from participants (UDS members)
  29. 29. CASE 2 Designing a new café restaurant
  30. 30. Output Cafe, Ebina, Kanagawa, Japan Designing a New Cafe with Future Language Design Process
  31. 31. Future Word Desired future Ideas how to realize Current problem Family Bistro Dishes that satisfies both adults and children. Dishes that satisfies both adults and children. Adults cannot be fully satisfied when sharing dishes with their child, and children don't have things to eat when there are only dishes for adults. Considerate Dishes A restaurant you can recommend to people living outside Ebina. A restaurant you can recommend to people living outside Ebina. A place with different atmosphere. There are many chain stores with same kind of menus. Already been to most of the similar bars around here. Although the population is not small in number, there are not much considerate restaurants. Baby Dishes A place with different atmosphere. A place where you can eat delicious food with your children. It is difficult to go to tasty restaurants with children. Family Comfortable A place where you can eat delicious food with your children. There’s no need to care about other customers. Everyone can easily drop by. When going to restaurants in family, it is bothering to care about other customers if children start to make noises. Buggy Wide There’s no need to care about other customers. Everyone can easily drop by. The path is wide enough so that baby buggies can go through smoothly. It is hard to move around with baby buggy because of the lacking space. Th th i id 211 Future Words were generated by several types of stakeholders
  32. 32. Comfortable Space The path is wide enough so that strollers can go through smoothly. A place where you can eat delicious food with your children. You can’t bring your child to tasty restaurants. Storefront Single Seat Women can easily enter the place alone. Want to be alone but want a little interaction with others too. There are seats for single customer at the storefront. Because the place is full of regular customers, there’s an atmosphere you can’t enter alone. It’s hard to enter restaurants alone at unfamiliar places, especially if you don’t have any friends around there. Alcove Space Women can easily enter the place alone. There are half-private rooms. Want to talk about private things, but want to enjoy the atmosphere of the café at the same time! Private Café Space Want to be alone but want a little interaction with others too. There are seats where tabletops are unseen from others. There’s no space for doing tasks while spreading documents on the table. Future Word Desired future Ideas how to realize Current problem Second Office Want half-private rooms. There’s space outside office where you can concentrate on work. Due to the rules, you can’t do overtime work even if there’s a need for it. Comfortable Table There are seats where tabletops are Table and chairs that are suitable for working There’s no place where you can spread documents on the table or chairs 211 Future Words were generated by several types of stakeholders
  33. 33. Future Word Desired future Ideas how to realize Current problem Comfortable Table & Chairs There are seats where tabletops are unseen from others. Table and chairs that are suitable for working on tasks. There’s no place where you can spread documents on the table or chairs where you can sit for long time but don’t get tired. Writable Table There’s space outside office where you can concentrate on work. There are tables you can scribble on. You can’t do activities where you need white boards and craft papers at places other than laboratory rooms or offices. Craft Paper Tablecloth A café suitable for working on tasks. There are places that allow you to use white boards and craft papers in groups. You can’t do activities where you need white boards and craft papers at places other than laboratory rooms or offices. Paper Tablecloth There are tables you can scribble on. Kids can play around while moving their body. Kids eventually get tired of playing with toys. Mother Events There are places that allow you to use white boards and craft papers in groups. A base for parenting increases within local areas. It is hard to have connection with other mothers. There is neither place to ask for advice nor a place people gather with their child. There are private There’s no place and opportunity to share parenting tips or teach 211 Future Words were generated by several types of stakeholders
  34. 34. Future Word Desired future Ideas how to realize Current problem Morning Seminar Kids can play around while moving their body. There are private rooms for customers like mother groups. There is a base for parenting. There’s no place and opportunity to share parenting tips or teach hobbies. Even if there is a suitable place, you cannot use it when you want to, the reservation is full, or the procedure is troublesome. Live Music Bar A base for parenting increases within local areas. Want to hear live music. Want to have a stylish café where you can relax. Since Ebina is still an emerging area, there are no restaurants to go with business clients. Casual Events There are private rooms for customers like mother groups. There is a base for parenting. There’s a place to do morning activities. Casual classes and workshops are held. Information on classes and workshops in Ebina are unorganized and hard to reach. It is difficult to spend fulfilling private time in Ebina. Event Manager Want to hear live music. Want to have a stylish café where you can relax. You can easily organize events or parties. Places you can use in big groups are limited. Event Manager There’s a place to do morning activities. Casual classes and workshops are held. There are private rooms for customers like mother groups. There is a base for parenting. Even if there is a suitable place, you cannot use it when you want to, the reservation is full, or the procedure is troublesome. 211 Future Words were generated by several types of stakeholders
  35. 35. 211 Future Words were generated by several types of stakeholders
  36. 36. The café restaurant ‘PUBLIE’ designed based on the future language
  37. 37. “Ebina Ougi-cho itself is still new and there’s only few citizens, so customers at dinner time are mainly the workers from companies close by. However at lunchtime or on the weekends, customers are mostly parents and their children enjoying the same dish together. Since it is a suburb area, elderly customers come as well, realizing the `three generation bistro.’ We have plans for making more of scenes like this as the families living in the city increase.” “We have been receiving comments from mothers with baby buggies that they don’t have to care about blocking the path and easily place the baby buggy beside them. There is not a day without customers that come with buggies.” “There’s many mothers with children at lunchtime and we have been receiving a lot of reservations for groups of mother with buggies, which is difficult to gather at other places nearby. It’s been a year since we opened, and we have children customers that came in buggies at first, but now come without. We feel that we were able to grow together with them.” Feedback from management staffs
  38. 38. 133 future words were generated in total.
  39. 39. “Communiteacher” 133 future words were generated in total.
  40. 40. CASE 3 Envisioning a regional community
  41. 41. Designing An Actions for Local Agriculture with Future Language Design Process Smart-House Future Center, Kagoshima, Japan
  42. 42. 10 future words were generated in the first workshop, and 31 future words in the second workshop.
  43. 43. Through the workshop, we found out that they want to widely share the value of locally produced agricultural products with citizens. From the need of brand image in the area, the brand “Riverfront” was developed from the future word “Unkai (Sea of Clouds) Brand”. Also, from the need of a place where consumers and producers can communicate directly, after considering the use of empty stores in “shuttered street,” they have decided to hold events to make use of the riverbed. Now they are holding “Riverfront Marche,” encouraging citizens towards local consumption as well as communication with the producers.
  44. 44. “We had wide variety of participants from different occupation and age, such as formers, city officials, staffs from city planning groups, public consumers, and housewives at the workshop. Even in that situation, Future Language has helped them hold the discussion smoothly and end with valuable result, in a way how it creates shared vocabularies between people even if they met for the first time and talking about a serious topic. We ended up with a big idea of holding `Marche,’ but looking back now, almost all the Future Words we came up with are in use some way or another.” Feedback from the staff of the Future Center
  45. 45. “We have been getting ideas to utilize empty facilities in the shopping street, but couldn’t figure out how to actually do them. I was able to learn how to organize ideas and thoughts through the workshop.” “These kinds of events tend to be ready-made by the city hall, but we might be able to conduct events led by the actual organizers by using ideas we came up with today.” “Compared with last time where we talked mainly about farmers, it was interesting how we got to hear also from consumers and shop owners this time. I found out that when participants change, opinions and the topic of discussion changes too.” Feedback from city officials and third sector staffs who participated in the workshop
  46. 46. Designing A New Work Style with Future Language Design Process Smart-House Future Center, Kagoshima, Japan
  47. 47. “The direction towards realization was clear with small number of participants and speedy process.” (Kindergarten manager) “Seeing how mixed up opinions get organized logically, I felt that new things start from opportunities like this.” (Corporate Operator) “It was a meaningful since I got to share my thoughts and hear opinions from people who I usually do not have interactions with.” (Office Worker) “It was a good opportunity to talk with people from different position and environment.” (Office Worker) “The flow of ideal future, current situation, solution, and naming was easy to understand which made it easy to participate.” (City Official) “The facilitator was skillful.” (Corporate Operator) Feedback from the workshop participants
  48. 48. "We had the problem with ambiguity of the discussion topic when holding workshops with citizens, but the Future Language method made it very clear. Instead of ending the discussion within the workshop, the method of Future Language directly supported the participants to feel the responsibility towards ideas they came up with to actually happen." "The participants come from variety of attributes, especially in the provincial cities. Since farmers, office workers, and housewives each have their own vocabulary, it becomes very challenging when it comes to dialogue or discussion about the local problems. “I think that even if the participants met for the first time, the Future Language method makes it possible to hold creative discussion, sharing each others opinion and thoughts through the same manner of speaking. In addition, giving catchy names to ideas as Future Words became the ‘common mark’ for the consent by people from different attribute, and created the base of afterward activities.” "I feel it is also effective because of its reproducibility. Even though there were differences in accuracy, we were able to become Generators and conduct the workshop by ourselves later on, and it had enough efficacy as a method to hold the first dialogue. I think that it is important that anyone can use the method and become a Generator, especially in areas with small population of young people like here." Feedback from the staff of the Future Center
  49. 49. CASE 4 Involving Children to make the Play Park Alive
  50. 50. “Kodomo no Mori” (Kids’ Forest) in Nerima, Tokyo http://nerima-kodomonomori.com
  51. 51. Future Mining Workshop at “Kodomo no Mori” (Kids’ Forest) Park
  52. 52. Future Mining Workshop at “Kodomo no Mori” (Kids’ Forest) Park
  53. 53. Future Word Desired future Idea how to achieve it Current problem Parent vs Kids Tag Want to play tag with parents/children. Plan events families can play together. There’s no opportunity for families to play together at home. Selfish Plan Adults and children can play together on even ground. Children plan games that might adults even lose. Children decide on the contents, schedule, and promotions. 1st round is “Adults vs Kids Tag.” There are many opportunities for adults to plan children’s games, but they tend to go easy on children when playing together. Baby Space There are also playing equipment for babies. Next to playing equipment for kids, place playing equipment for babies. For example, there are swings in two sizes. Want to play together with babies, but play equipment in normal size are unsuitable for them. Low Mist Set mist machines for the summer refreshment lower. Set up mist machines on the ground like sprinklers. Since the mist machine is too high in position for children, it disappears in the wind before it reaches them. Water Balloon Gun Want to play with water balloons that are prohibited in other parks. Make guns that can launch water balloons. You can play with water balloons at other places, so you don’t play with it here. W t t f l th Make an environment where you can feel each 51 Future Words were generated by Kids
  54. 54. Future Word Desired future Idea how to achieve it Current problem Seasonize Want to feel the season, summer-like in summer, winter-like in winter. Make an environment where you can feel each season. For example, enjoy cherry blossom in spring, eat shaved ice or ice creams in summer, or make snowman in winter. It’s difficult to know the season when you’re indoor. Seasonal Event We can enjoy events based on the season by ourselves. Children plan seasonal events and adults prepare tools or opportunities for that. There are not much seasonal events, so it’s hard to enjoy the season while playing. Season Festival There’s festival held on 2nd Saturday every season. Play with water in summer, plant maple tree in spring, view the tree in autumn, and make snow huts in winter. Without any different events based on season, there are not much purpose to visit the park that often. Mud Pool Able to play around in mud that is not stinky. Create a “Mud Pool,” that is made out of mud without roots or fallen leaves. Since the smell of roots and fallen leaves are on the mud, you can’t enjoy playing in mud. Bicycle Practice Space There’s a place for practicing bicycles safely and for long time. Make practice lanes inside the park and bicycles for practice in various sizes for rent. You can also rent safety wheels if needed. It’s hard to practice bicycles since there’s a need for parent accompany and a safe road. 51 Future Words were generated by Kids
  55. 55. “The events were always planned by adults, but we want to organize events as well from now on!” (12 years old, boy) “I had fun thinking about new activities. Big brothers and sisters helped me do the illustration since I’m not good at drawing.” (10 years old, boy) Feedback from the kids participated in the workshop
  56. 56. Feedback from the management staff of the park “It was a event where we got the chance to peek in inside the head of kids who usually come by and play around freely. The comment `We want to plan the events instead of adults planning them.’ made a strong impression on me since it made me realize the importance of involving kids’ curiosity and not just provide from adults.” “Some kids were hesitating to speak out at first, but seeing them start to share their ideas and opinions with the help of Prof. Iba and his students, I felt the importance of Generators. Furthermore, I got to see another side of kids who are usually shy and quiet, since they were excitedly sharing their idea as well.”
  57. 57. OTHER CASES
  58. 58. (for business person) Other Cases of Future Mining Workshops (for teachers) (for local residents) Elementary School (for teachers/staffs) (in Iba Lab) (in Iba Lab)(in Iba Lab) (for project team) (for students/staffs) (in Iba Lab)
  59. 59. Designing A Community Center with Future Language Design Process Lorega District, Cebu City, Philippines
  60. 60. Designing A Community Center with Future Language Design Process Nakamura, S. and Iba, T. (2015) “Collaborative Initiative for Community Development with Future Language: A Case of Lorega District, Philippines,” in the .
  61. 61. “The Future Vision of Productive City — Where Pattern Languages Are Used” (Norihiko Kimura, Yuma Akado, Takashi Iba) Poster Presentation
  62. 62. Future WordsWord How Why What ― What is ideal ― Why it is important ― How we can achieve it Future Language is a method and also a set of Future Words to talk about the desired future vision. Each Future Words has three aspects: what is a desired achievement in the future, why it is important, and how to achieve it. Future Language Future Mining
  63. 63. Future Mining The process is designed as that workshop participants always do divergent thinking, however the process of the workshop works loosely as convergent thinking. So, it is easy for non-professional people to participate in building future language, and workshops get lively.
  64. 64. Future Language Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University Ph.D in Media and Governance iba@sfc.keio.ac.jp Takashi Iba Future Language for Collaborative Design PUARL2016 Conference

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