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Group Description

Documenting the urban experience with a focus on information, design, interaction and usability.

Please ask yourself these questions before posting. The answer should be "Yes" for at least two of the following:
1) Does the subject of the photo have or reflect a good/poor/interesting design? (The subject can be something or someone within the space, or the space itself)
2) Can I interact with the subject of the photo on a cognitive or physical level? (How does this interaction affect the user experience?)
3) Does the subject of the photo inform, inspire or affect design thinking about an idea? (How can we use it to be better designers? Descriptions are appreciated but not required.)
4) Finally, is the subject of the photo in a public space? (This isn't critical, but we're focusing on public urban experiences, not private urban experiences.)

Important Note #1: This is not a group to show off your beautiful photography. While your photos might be works of art, we're focusing on design and the subject of the photo is much more important than the photo itself.
Important Note #2: This is not a group to display graffiti. If you want to post photos of graffiti, there are many other places where you can do so.

Comments? Ideas? Suggestions? Post your thoughts here.

Group Rules

Please ask yourself these questions before posting. The answer should be "Yes" for at least two of the following:
1) Does the subject of the photo have or reflect a good/poor/interesting design? (The subject can be something or someone within the space, or the space itself)
2) Can I interact with the subject of the photo on a cognitive or physical level? (How does this interaction affect the user experience?)
3) Does the subject of the photo inform, inspire or affect design thinking about an idea? (How can we use it to be better designers? Descriptions are appreciated but not required.)
4) Finally, is the subject of the photo in a public space? (This isn't critical, but we're focusing on public urban experiences, not private urban experiences.)

Important Note #1: This is not a group to show off your beautiful photography. While your photos might be works of art, we're focusing on design and the subject of the photo is much more important than the photo itself.
Important Note #2: This is not a group to display graffiti. If you want to post photos of graffiti, there are many other places where you can do so.

Additional Info

  • This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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