Welcome to CivicConnect - (prototype)
After a few months of research and hard work, I have finally come up with an interface that will be easy to navigate, will provide the information that people are looking for, and best of all - will be a central portal to connect the public with their civic institutions.
The interface has been designed to be easily modified for use in other cities.
I saw this woman comment on another friend’s thing on facebook, and was trying to figure out if she was related to someone who had the same last name, so I went to her friends list and ALMOST ALL OF THEM ARE DOGS?
The idea of a dog driving a racecar and beating humans makes me happy.
High life of a post grad baby. Free lockable desk with two drawer storage space, personal powerpoint (double socket), bifolding under desk door (don’t know what for, napping behind probably) and a sweet view of the library below. All this is mine until 7.30am tomorrow! How are you spending your Friday night? (at Duhig Building Library (2))
Love this! Coffee and urbanism!
Urban Coffee Farm
The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival has engaged design firm Hassell to create an interactive central “festival hub” for consumers to gain and understanding of where their coffee comes from, while enjoying the a cup in the outdoors.
Inspired by the terroir of coffee growing regions of Guatemala, the installation made made out of pallet’s and housing more the 120 coffee plants. Tells the story of how coffee gets to the consumer from different parts of the world as well as focusing on sustainability and ethics. Creating an urban environment in a thoroughfare which has up to 50,000 people pass through it everyday.