Friday, September 25, 2009
To spark a new renaissance by creating havens for individuals from ages 11—18 in the form of tree houses utilized as creativity centers that are focused on music and art.
This organization aspires to become the Medici’s of this century.
The program created demonstrates flexibility, sophistication, freedom and empowerment to participants.
Creativity and Imagination
Think Haven >>>> I like this the best.
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Sunday, September 6, 2009
basic demographic info such as age, education, home
The “hipster” – 18-25
The “sporty pro” – 30-60
The “joe” – 20-60
"membership" info (from the reading and/or your own model) such as boundaries, emotional safety, level of belonging and identification, symbols used, etc.
The “hipster” – 18-25 – Rolled Pant leg, Cut off shorts, slender, Customized bicycles
The “sporty pro” – 25-60 – Spandex Bicycle shorts, Bicycle gloves, Helmet, Fit, Clip on Shoes, Water reservoir, Sunglasses, Time watch.
The “joe” – 20-70 – Work clothes, Helmet,
needs for community interaction: what is desired and valued by this person?
needs for successful activity involvement
- personal health
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
For the Web Community this would involve authorship on the site. Members are able to add to the content in addition to being a reader and follower. Being apart of the online community would be less personal than a physical community, but it allows for a wide range of members because the community becomes globally accessible.
A community and individual’s influence within the community in a Web 2.0 environment would involve the quantity and effectiveness of the member’s participation in authorship, commentary and sharing. The community platform would allow access for all members to be published and heard equally by everyone and each other encouraging an equal exchange of power.
3. Integration and Fulfillment of Needs
Involvement in a Web 2.0 community allows participants with common interests to find what they desire and contribute information that enables others to obtain what they need.
4. Shared Emotional Connection
Emotional connection through Web 2.0 is enhanced by the quality of the interaction by the individual user. The time and energy invested into the community is rewarded by recognition and deeper involvement in the community.