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Digital Placemaking in Urban Spaces

Kelsey Aschenbeck. "Digital Placemaking in Urban Spaces." MDes Thesis, University of Washington, in progress.

As urban areas have become populated with residents’ digital devices and smart infrastructure, the way urban residents experience or connect to their neighborhood has changed. By exploring new designs in the urban interaction space, this thesis will examine opportunities in the way residents perceive, participate, and/or critique their neighborhood in this new physical/digital environment.

View her poster from the Thesis Process Show in December 2018.

Read her related article on Medium.

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