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Feel Good Toolkit

The “Feel Good Toolkit” consists of an original method and concrete tools supporting the facilitation of citizen participation processes in « smart territory ». The toolkit aims to (i) equip participants throughout the process of identifying « smart » priorities at the local level; (ii) equip the city / town / territory’s positioning with respect to these priorities and (iii) capture the citizens’ perception regarding the new technologies potentially available to support these « smart » priorities.

The complete protocol is available for download, under a Creative Commons license.

Personas of Smart Citizens

Building on the results of a large-scale survey (N=3499) providing rich and statistically significant trends, we build five personas of “Smart Citizens”. Each persona offers insights about how one would react to Smart solutions; what are the priorities in terms of Smart environments; what are the favorite participatory modalities. Those personas constitute a powerful tool to help set up citizens’ participation; to inform market trends or to nurture long-lasting, accepted Smart solutions.

My Architect and I: Experience Journey (in FR)

Living Lab White Book

The “Living Lab” White Book summarizes several years of experiments and workshops conducted in the field of participation and co-design, carried out in partnership with the WeLL (Walloon e-health living lab). It offers a jargon-free summary of the different roles that users, patients or citizens can play within innovation processes.

Health Impact Study

The Health Impact Study (“Etude d’Impact Santé”, EIS) is a decision support tool helping governance actors or project managers to anticipate the impact one project might have on health, aiming to improve this impact as well as the quality of life of citizens. The four-steps process is broken down into four participatory workshops and relies on citizens’ oriented and driven co-creation and innovation.

Parcours Architectural

The Health Impact Study (“Etude d’Impact Santé”, EIS) is a decision support tool helping governance actors or project managers to anticipate the impact one project might have on health, aiming to improve this impact as well as the quality of life of citizens. The four-steps process is broken down into four participatory workshops and relies on citizens’ oriented and driven co-creation and innovation.

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