Posts Tagged 'accessible'

Making the case for Accessible Cities

[ August 29, 2012; 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ] Cities are rightly celebrated for being diverse areas where people of different abilities and cultures can co-exist. However, creating accessible cities through spaces and experiences for residents and visitors with wildly different abilities can be difficult.

Open Data: What are the benefits for cities?

by Rory Williams
When you think of Open Data, you might imagine hackers secretly scratching around on computer systems, finding government data to release to the world. Certainly many advocates of open data are civic activists concerned about government accountability, but most gather data that is publicly available.They tend to focus on things like how much […]