1. Walkshop Tools

 

Integrating Online Apps, Hardware Hacks, and Process Techniques


There are a number of tools that and applications that can be used to enhance the Walkshop meeting: tools for asset mapping and digital community storytelling include WALKscope, and Google Maps. In addition, tools like CrowdGauge help people understand how different policies affect the things they value, could help frame and inform the conversations that start on the street.


Hardware recommendations include: iPads, cameras, phones, and build-it-yourself Smart Tables. Click here to purchase a full Radian|Placematters Smart Table kit.

Photos/tools: background image, kids in Little Rock use a PlaceMatters Touchtable to learn about their region; woman frames picture of local market (credit: Amy Jones); keypad polling is used to get  feedback from the full room of participants)