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21 April

The importance of being strategically ignorant

This was originally a guest post for UK-based Kellow Learning. “Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t come in.” – Isaac Asimov One of our core areas of work at Intelligent Futures is community engagement. We aim to structure meaningful, authentic and […]

1 April

Indicators for a walkable, complete community

In all kinds of plans, you’ll see terms like “walkability,” “live, work, play and shop,” and “complete community.” As we’re working on projects that involve these kinds of elements and are also working on indicator projects, I thought of a few indicators I have experienced recently that indicate walkability and complete community-ness (I just made […]

18 February

Unexpected impact

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I love when projects have an impact beyond their originally intended scope. During the ourWascana project, we created a “Wascana at a Glance” infographic that would help spark interest about the project, inform the community about the diversity within Wascana Centre and get folks to share their ideas. It had the intended impact for the […]