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Collective Story connects people through stories. It’s a toolkit for creating simple, low-fidelity public space interventions that promote civic engagement, critical thinking and intergenerational storytelling in public spaces, queues or waiting areas.

Collective Story connects people through stories. It’s a toolkit for creating simple, low-fidelity public space interventions that promote civic engagement, critical thinking and intergenerational storytelling in public spaces, queues or waiting areas.

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  1. 1. Collective Story a toolkit for community engagement Anke, Meg, Pam and Rae . SVA IXD Public Interfaces . December 10 2013
  2. 2. Objectives Promote civic engagement, critical thinking and intergenerational storytelling in public queues or waiting areas. Connect people through stories.
  3. 3. Insights
  4. 4. Insights Through quick low-fidelity experiments with different prompts and in different locations, we gained insights about engaging people and understanding potential barriers to interaction. We learned how to combine message, medium and location to most effectively reach people.
  5. 5. Stories are universal.
  6. 6. People don’t engage as much with digital asks (QR codes or hashtags only).
  7. 7. People do engage with tangible interfaces.
  8. 8. The artifact is just as important as the creation process.
  9. 9. People share and take the conversation online when they feel a personal connection.
  10. 10. Concept Collective Story is a toolkit for community engagement. The toolkit provides opportunities for anyone — individuals, groups, schools and other local organizations — to gauge public opinion, provoke discussion and create collectively.
  11. 11. System — Get Toolkit GOAL Gauge public opinion Engage community TOOLKIT Download toolkit Order toolkit SUGGESTED PARTS
  12. 12. System — Create Engagement DEFINE Goals, Audience, Location, Time DETERMINE FORMAT Get opinions & debate – Tell a story together – Draw a picture together
  13. 13. System — Implement & Analyze SHARE project with the world, on social media MONITOR the project and collect artifacts ANALYZE Synthesize your research – Share on Collective Story site – Plan other events around your findings
  14. 14. Engagement
  15. 15. Use Cases
  16. 16. A community center seeking to bring its community further together.
  17. 17. A school providing creative storytelling as a recess activity.
  18. 18. A laundromat making waiting more fun.
  19. 19. A non-profit seeking information on a specific neighborhood.
  20. 20. An organization wanting to provoke a discussion on a controversial topic.
  21. 21. Frida & Collective Story
  22. 22. Next Steps
  23. 23. Next Steps Collective Story will be working with Border Crossers to help them create interactive activities for their Spring Gala.
  24. 24. Thank you.
  25. 25. Appendix
  26. 26. Research
  27. 27. Existing Behaviors Some of the existing behaviors we viewed in people waiting for the bus included: ● reading a book or a newspaper ● browsing the ads ● interacting with their phones ● standing with their necks craned, looking out hopefully for the bus ● sitting/resting ● listening to music
  28. 28. Candy Chang Amnesty International Interactive Subway Ads Before I Die Community Chalk Board It’s not happening here. But it’s happening now. Pearl Media Spooks Subway Riders at Columbus Circle Shows off Witches of East End
  29. 29. “Strangers may occasionally chat with each other if something annoying is happening (why is the bus so late?), but it’s not often that strangers get a chance to connect over something fun.” - Smart Urban Stage, Creating Public Spaces which Encourage Strangers to Interact

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