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  • M Wang

    so much of this can also be applied here in the Los Angeles area

  • Carolyn Sams

    Glad to see how this article also gives examples of who is specifically working on these ideas. I feel like reports and "let's do this" posters are inspiring, would love to have these as interactive ways of diving into the people trying to make these happen in cities around the world (like gondolas, what!!).

  • Eleonora Festari

    Nice tips and beautifully represented. I think artworks like the ones in the posters are important for corporate communication. As they say: the eye wants to be satisfied, too!

    • Shauna Nep

      Agreed! Do you mean corporate communication in the workplace? Or are you referring to how corporations communicate with the public?

      • Eleonora Festari

        Well, I think it'd be nice in both areas but in this case I was referring to corporations (meaning associations and municipalities) who communicate with the public. Hope this makes sense.

        • Shauna Nep

          Totally makes sense, and agreed!

  • Gisela Hausmann Author

    Really great!!! Maybe in times likes these with so many people constantly glued to some cellphone. tablet or other electronic device we need to strengthen communities even more than in the "good old days"

    • Shauna Nep

      Yes! The way we connect with each other has definitely changed over the years. I think that's why #12 resonates with me so much – public space is such a vital mechanism to build human connections!

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Love these! What a creative way to involve design and communities! Would love to see these on every nonprofits' walls!

    • Shauna Nep

      Right? They are so fun!