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Assessing the Play Provisions for Children in Urban Neighborhoods of India: Case Study Nagpur, Maharashtra

Kirti Bhonsle, Vinayak Adane
2016 Buildings  
The study investigates the quantitative aspects of the residential built environments in the city of Nagpur.  ...  The paper brings forth the barrier between the perceived and real aspects of the shrinking playable spaces in the residential built environments.  ...  ,Nagpur for their guidance and support. I am also grateful to Prof. Gadkari, Prof.Purohit, Prof.Gujarkar and my seniors and colleagues at IDEAS, Nagpur for all their encouragement and goodwill.  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings6030031 fatcat:pjjkaww3h5htbpfznh5gcasfcu

D4.10 User Game Manual and Data Report

Andy King, Enda Hayes
2019 Zenodo  
This report also includes evaluation data and practical steps/advice for future serious game projects.  ...  The deliverable is orientated towards game designers and/or air quality/carbon/public health practitioners who want to learn more about the Skylines Game in terms of its development, deployment, results  ...  in order for the game to be playable.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3972910 fatcat:2cgihwkv3zfdnjhc2wds42pdv4

Older people's perceptions and experiences of a digital learning game

H.H. Nap, U. Diaz-Orueta, M.F. González, K. Lozar-Manfreda, D. Facal, V. Dolničar, D. Oyarzun, M-M. Ranga, B. De Schutter
2014 Gerontechnology  
Acknowledgements The authors thank the older adults who participated in the studies, Vivian Vergouwen from ANANZ (Geldrop, The Netherlands), KBO (Province of Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands), Senior Citizens  ...  Day Centre (Lasarte, Spain), and in Greece the Senior Care Centres (KAPI).  ...  For the selection of the participants in The Netherlands, the KBO (senior organization in the province of Noord-Brabant) was approached, in Spain the Senior Citizens Day Centre of Lasarte and in Greece  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2015. fatcat:lgemf75v2fd2vbry2l7bxeppxu

Introduction: changing cultures of speed [chapter]

Paul Tranter, Rodney Tolley
2020 Slow Cities  
A changing urban context The benefits of child-friendly cities A vision for child-friendly cities Leading the way " Children are a kind of indicator species.  ...  If we can build a successful city for children, we will have a successful city for all people." -Enrique Peñalosa, Mayor of Bogotá ©  ...  -Tim Jarvis AM, Arup consultant, adventurer, environmental scientist " I believe a city that is designed for people of all ages and abilities, including children, will truly be an inclusive city that will  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-815316-1.00001-0 fatcat:cwnkm27y2jbevgssyjsufajwlq

2258 – Architectural features and design principals of residential spaces for children's creativity promotion

A. Sadjadi, N. Nazarboland
2013 European psychiatry  
Meanwhile, living in these houses is inevitable due to numerous reasons including economy.  ...  In such situation, taking residential spaces which are suitable for children into account can be influential in their cognitive and behavioral patterns development.  ...  since this research was conducted in the city of Moscow.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0924-9338(13)77121-9 fatcat:le7u3vkgjfdhjop72kax44lqwa

Children in Urban Space: An Overview

Normah Sulaiman, Filzani Illia Ibrahim
2019 Environment-Behaviour Proceedings Journal (E-BPJ)  
This paper will examine the literature review on children in urban space of Kuala Lumpur. Challenges in addressing urban issues vary according to the local context.  ...  Urban public spaces in a city did not aim to prioritize children, and it stops them from having independent mobility and freedom to play and socialize.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Taylor's University for supporting this piece of work.  ... 
doi:10.21834/e-bpj.v4i11.1734 fatcat:ftowzbkupzf6taolnqqvnaixwi

Play as a Player in Design. Rethinking a 'Curious Practice' for Co-designing Public Space

Laura Winge, Anne Margrethe Wagner, Bettina Lamm
2020 The Journal of Public Space  
'Move the Neighbourhood' is a research project experimenting with co-designing playable installations for a public green space in Copenhagen through a design-based collaboration between children and design-researchers  ...  We employed a co-design process to investigate whether deconstructing the rules for both play and design could trigger new ways of thinking about playable spaces.  ...  We thank Eva Brandt, Professor at Lab for Social Design, the Design School Kolding; Kristina Lindström, Phd, Senior Lecturer at School of Arts and Communication at Malmö University; Pirjo Elovaara, PhD  ... 
doi:10.32891/jps.v5i4.1312 fatcat:fsb4ckbhnffupfa3zrnmokvi7e

Gods of the City? Reflecting on City Building Games as an Early Introduction to Urban Systems

Bradley Bereitschaft
2015 Journal of geography (Houston)  
Players do however often receive feedback either from advisors or, in the case of the agentbased C : S and SimCity 2013, individual simulated citizens.  ...  Only in the past decade have other games developed and produced outside Maxis proven competitive in the CBG genre, including City Life and the closely related Cities XL franchise developed by Monte Cristo  ...  Gods of the City? Reflecting on City Building Games as an Early Introduction to Urban Systems greater impact on our urban world than any single planning textbook.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00221341.2015.1070366 fatcat:u43fnbpfavbg7bizqpxtuhkd6e

(Re)-Learning the City for Intergenerational Exchange [chapter]

Helen Manchester, Keri Facer
2016 Springer briefs in education  
These movements are valuable and important in themselves, however they also have significant implications for the future of a learning city in which intergenerational exchange is valued.  ...  Full terms of use are available: Abstract Two major international agendas are currently working to realign social, material and representational elements of the city in ways that are helpful for both children  ...  , including physical, economic and psychological safety, for children, young people and senior citizens • A sense of ownership of the city, in particular its public spaces and buildings, and feelings of  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-46230-1_6 fatcat:nqohhy6nvvfpferwsx7bliflxm

D7.4 Final City Policy Package – First City

Stephan Slingerland, Irati Artola, Hans Bolscher, Vera Rodrigues, Kevin Oliveira, Myriam Lopes, Eva Csobod, Carlo Trozzi, Svein Knudsen, Joana Soares
2020 Zenodo  
This report provides policy recommendations to Bristol City Council based on the overall ClairCity project.  ...  Figure B- 2 : 2 Google Play Store listing Figure B-3: Six playable cities completed Bristol was the first of the six partner cities to to be included in the game, and launched in April 2018.  ...  have to apply on a case-by-case basis and in a competitive process for national funds.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3972896 fatcat:b24odxbjlzhtdaqlh2lidjesoe

Intergenerational Spaces: Designing for urban childhoods

Normah Sulaiman, Filzani Illia Ibrahim
2019 Asian Journal of Behavioural Studies  
The research question in this paper is what a sustainable, successful, healthy city looks like.  ...  The Authors. Published for AMER, ABRA & cE-Bs by e-International Publishing House, Ltd., UK.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank all individuals involved in the Urban Landscape Solutions Project April 2019 particularly whom in charge of this research paper.  ... 
doi:10.21834/ajbes.v4i17.183 fatcat:h45ggquwezd2xcyx6pfez33ju4

Facilitating Personal Transformation for Sustainability: A Learning Program on the Sustainable Development Goals, Combining a Card Game and a Self-Reflective Questionnaire

Kenji Kitamura, Koji Ito
2022 Frontiers in Sustainability  
Before individual persons change their behavior for sustainability, they will need to not only understand the SDGs, but also regard them as a matter which directly concerns them.  ...  Personal relationships with the SDGs were expressed more concretely when local contexts and topics covered in other learning programs were tied in with the SDGs.  ...  advice; Philip Brunton for his quality assistance in editing the manuscript; two reviewers and Jana Dlouhá, the Research Topic Editor, for their insightful and helpful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frsus.2022.842869 fatcat:x2sky7hknvdx3nleh5zxrukj6m

Co-Designing the User Experience of Location-Based Games for a Network of Museums: Involving Cultural Heritage Professionals and Local Communities

Panayiotis Koutsabasis, Konstantinos Partheniadis, Anna Gardeli, Panagiotis Vogiatzidakis, Vasiliki Nikolakopoulou, Pavlos Chatzigrigoriou, Spyros Vosinakis, Despina Elizabeth Filippidou
2022 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
This work contributes a case of participatory and co-design of LBGs for cultural heritage that is characterized by longevity and engagement throughout the design process for three LBGs of a museum network  ...  in different cultural sites.  ...  We envisage that this work can provide a useful account of applying participatory design and the design thinking process in mobile games for cultural heritage to other designers and practitioners.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti6050036 fatcat:nbt7jywscnemtcpfbzqxzmdy5q

Promoting multiculturalism and intercultural dialogue through institutions and initiatives of civil society organizations in Botswana

John Lubinda
2010 Journal of Multicultural Discourses  
The Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen provides research-based, systemsoriented support to EU policies so as to protect the citizen against economic and technological risk.  ...  The conditions of deployment of e-participation processes in public policy formulation were framed within the concept of quality, specifically in the concept of "fitness for purpose".  ...  Box 3.20 -Case Example: Virtual Cities (Netherlands).  ... 
doi:10.1080/17447140903427382 fatcat:pqudlcst75eitou7epluyr5phe

Extending and Refining Usability Heuristics to Better Address User Centered Design Issues in the Development and Evaluation of Municipal Websites

2014 Informatică economică  
Usability heuristics are valuable resources for both developers and evaluators during and after the development process.  ...  Usability of public administration websites is a key issue in the information society. Unfortunately, the web content is still difficult to use if not unusable in many websites.  ...  The websites are more oriented towards the presentation of the town, City Hall structure, and offices than to the practical information a citizen might need to solve a concrete problem.  ... 
doi:10.12948/issn14531305/18.1.2014.07 fatcat:sz5ffsfaqfevnb2fara2wjy4ce
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