Workshops in London, UK. Decoding Participation, Engagement and Interaction with Technology Series Print
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Decoding Participation, Engagement and Interaction with Technology Series

What: A series of three workshops in London in February 2011, exploring the value of practicing interaction design technology approaches in the design and development of community environments to foster participation and exchange.
Where: 148 Curtain Road, EC2A 3AT London, United Kingdom


Featuring guest speakers including David Barrie (The People's Supermarket), Charlie Tims (Demos), Heather Ring (Urban Orchard) and Steve McAdam (Fluid and Soundings) presenting current real-life case studies that will be used to frame the workshop content and lead you towards the creation of real output to produce new insights and plans for action that can be brought back into your professional environment.

February 5 - 6: ‘Urban App’s: when meaningful ideas connect communities with interactive technology.

February 19 - 20: Digital Belonging: re-thinking interactive technology for crossover scenarios within changing communities.

March 5 - 6: Creating Engines of Participation: the move towards enabling people to technology to community interaction.

Workshop links: http://narrativecommunitieslondon.eventbrite.com/