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  • Designed Good

    Definitely like the emphasis on design in the campaign...the "Look" eyes actually look cool! Do you think it will work?

  • Megan Wood

    I've been noticing the googly eyed "look!" signs all over my neighborhood. I like the idea, but I think the design is less than attractive.

  • Casey Caplowe

    I love the idea of this. The execution is cute, but less surprising than i might have hoped for. Also much more oriented to pedestrians than the other wheeled modes of transportation. It would have been much stronger if there was a way to speak to those people moving at 5 and 30 miles an hour as well as those moving at 1 and 2. Maybe it can be expanded in those ways, and take more liberties with how it intervenes into everyone's shared experience of the streets.

  • Zoe-Zoe Sheen

    As a carless, licenseless member of society I notice that most drivers are surprised by pedestrians; forgetting that there are those of us who walk or take public transit to the places we need to get to. The biggest problem I've noticed is drivers trying to make it through a red light or turning when they shouldn't. I usually wait a couple more seconds after getting the "walk" signal just in case.