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Interactive Handouts & Lo-fi Experience Architecture

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Public Planning & Low Tech Experience Architecture
Kristen R. Moore, Texas Tech University
@kristen4moore | k.moore@ttu.edu
Larger project: How might we re-define public
planning & community projects as experience architecture?

Today's project: Thinking through this idea via an
interactive handout.
VCC's STARR Public Engagement
participant
observations
in VCC
office and
field
interviews
with consultants
document collection
and analysis
document
collection
and analysis
questionnaire
analysis
Springfield Corridor
Study:
Springfield, IL
Springfield Corridor
Study:
Springfield, IL
Olympian Drive:
Urbana-Champaign, IL
3 Case Studies of Public Engagement: Transportation and Urban Planning
Jamestown Mall:
St. Louis, MO
Handout as Intervention of Sorts
Failed Intervention
Too focused on information and not enough on use
(my first hypothesis)
User Experience Design is the design
of anything regardless of medium or across media with human experience as an explicit outcome and human engagement as an explicit goal.

Jesse James Garrett
Low Tech Experience Architecture
1. UX moves from information to experience; XA moves from use to participation
2. moves towards participatory knowledge making
Transformation of Content in Participatory Social Web (Potts 2014)
Data
Information
Knowledge
Transformation of Content in Public Engagement
Data
Information
Knowledge
Handout aims to Aid in
Citizens Moving Info to
Actionable Knowledge
Public Planning: Not Your Typical XA Site
Handout: Not your typical XA Technology

What's the Takeaway?

Public planning needs more XA thinking if it hopes to be participatory
Handout reminds me that my students' experiences and opportunities for participation can benefit from a consideration of XA
More to come...
Questions?
Kristen R. Moore
k.moore@ttu.edu
@kristen4moore

Study Design
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