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Visual Camp

Exploring how visuals can help communicate issues and policy.

Members: 21
Latest Activity: Dec 20, 2011

Welcome!

We're a group to bring together, link up and share discussions, inspiring examples, questions, etc. coming out of Visual Camp, May 10, London, United Kingdom - before, during and after the event. An event co-designed by participants of the DotGovLabs Innovation Hub and supported by HM Skunkworks, Urban Forum and (Department for) Communities and Local Government.  Bringing together designers / creatives, policy makers and civil society. Exploring all kinds of visuals: infographics, maps, animations, modelling, photos, etc. Good visuals can help bring about more inclusive community involvement. Photo above by @Redjotter

 

Tweet about Visual Camp using the hashtag #visualcamp

Issues and scenarios forum
suggest and vote for which policy issues/scenarios you want people to create visuals for

 

How we decided to spend a summers evening at the Treasury, storify post from visualcamp organiser Noel  / @noelito  (more storify posts from @noelito
on Favourite visuals)

 


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Blog posts and other visualcamp related links

Started by Phil Green. Last reply by Phil Green Dec 20, 2011. 6 Replies

If you're blogging about visual camp, creating other stuff or just suggesting a link, please feel free to share links here, so we can co-create a list of useful stuff as below, thanks.…Continue

Favourite visuals

Started by Phil Green. Last reply by Jenny Dixon Jul 19, 2011. 10 Replies

Share links to your favourite visuals, or add a recommended link or two. These can then be collated as below Why people have signed up to Visual…Continue

Ideas for future visual camps

Started by Phil Green. Last reply by Phil Green Jun 21, 2011. 1 Reply

Thought it might be useful to recap on some ideas suggested via twitter. Sorry not all attributed, or if missed any, please…Continue

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Comment by Phil Green on December 2, 2011 at 16:08

New group on OpenCO2 Crowdsourcing open carbon accounts for local communities worldwide

Comment by Phil Green on November 3, 2011 at 9:26
Visualizing Global Human Development,  Human Development Report 2011 Challenge, Submit your project by December 6, 2011. The winner will be invited to attend the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from June 4-6, 2012. Travel and accommodations provided courtesy of Visualizing.org.
Comment by Phil Green on June 23, 2011 at 10:39
Following on from Gavin Wray, "The process of creating a visualisation requires a variety of skills", link here. Yes, and of course its exactly this which makes it highly suited to both collaborative (eg within local government) and participatory (eg within but also beyond government and inclusive of civil society and local communities) styles of working. Feel there ought to be a quote here about the importance of (the search for) shared meaning for social capital, but can't at the moment find one.
Comment by Phil Green on June 21, 2011 at 9:27
Comment by Phil Green on May 27, 2011 at 10:47
Impressive & exemplary curation of material from #visualcamp event by @noelito http://bit.ly/jSeRsp #oursociety
Comment by Phil Green on May 9, 2011 at 8:53
New issue/scenario added to visual camp forum: Sustainable neighbourhood plans. Possible discussion for Ours sustainable society?
 

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