How to Impact Community Engagement with Data Design
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- team learn do share on May 13, 2014 in

How do our emotions qualify, or validate, the conclusions coming out of research driven by Big Data? Does what we feel corroborate with what we think and what we actually do? By cataloguing cross-sections of our actions, emotions, and thoughts, we can better understand our behaviors. Particularly, we can better understand how we interact with urban environments.

Sarah Henry, a design researcher, and Kristina Drury of TYTHEdesign, have combined their respective expertise in qualified emotional data and design thinking for community engagement to engage you, the participants, in helping to answer these questions. In this interactive workshop we will identify opportunities for recording accurate personal data, and prototype a qualitative emotional data collection tool that explores your personal environment.