A collaboration with the City of Atlanta and the Atlanta Regional Commission, we designed apps that enable cyclists to record their rides and share those data with planners to more effectively design new cycling facilities in Atlanta.
Comparison of Smartphone-based Cyclists GPS Data Sources Transportation Research Board 2016 Annual Meeting
Socio-demographic Influence on Cyclists? Self Classification by Rider Type Transportation Research Board 2015 Annual Meeting
Cycle Atlanta and OneBusAway: Driving innovation through the data ecosystems of civic computing. HCI International 2015
The Right Way to Make Cities Smart The Atlantic
Crowdsourcing and Its Application to Transportation Planning Transportation Research Record
An on-going community collaboration with the Historic Westside Cultural Arts Council to cultivate a shared community identity to support local civic engagement.
Working in collaboration with a housing justice organization, we are running participatory and speculative design workshops to explore technologies that address the specific needs activists have when managing their operations and promoting their causes.
Illegitimate Civic Participation: Supporting Community Activists on the Ground CSCW 2015 Awarded Best Paper Honorable Mention
Speculative Activist Technologies iConference 2014
In collaboration with the Historic Westside Cultural Arts Council, we are building a platform with residents to make their values and concerns heard as they go through significant community changes.
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