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authors Tomarchio, Ludovica, Hasler, Stephanie, Herthogs, Pieter, Müller, Johannes, Tunçer, Bige and He, Peijun
year 2019
title Using an Online Participation Tool to Collect Relevant Data for Urban Design - The construction of two participation exercices
source M. Haeusler, M. A. Schnabel, T. Fukuda (eds.), Intelligent & Informed - Proceedings of the 24th CAADRIA Conference - Volume 2, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, 15-18 April 2019, pp. 747-756
summary This paper discusses the design of an online digital participation campaign, developed as an academic research project in Singapore. In order to develop appropriate exercises which fitted the tool and the context, we addressed several questions: how can online participation tools maintain a negotiation and education power? What data generated by citizens, in the form of a design proposals, is useful for urban design? We created two different exercises, at different scales: one exercise asking people to design proposals with functional blocks and one where citizens could decide the equipment and furniture in a public space. For each exercise we discuss the scale, the elements, the educating and mediating impact, but also the way we intended to use the gathered local knowledge in urban design. The exercise did not receive the expected contributions, gathering little attention from internet users. More results were obtained using an offline experimental setup. In conclusion, we reconsider the weakest points of the design in a critical analysis and provide direction for future online participation tools.
keywords participation; urban design ; online tool; engagement
series CAADRIA
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