In my work, if we talk about a project site in some detail and you bring it up a week later, I have to think a bit to get it fixed back in my head. Same with visiting a new city and driving to a project site using only written directions. I may have trouble
I was invited to present my ideas about online delivery of land development rules and processes to the Mayor’s Task Force on Education and Communication this evening (4/13/09). I put together some slides to help present the concept.
From some early LandRules musings when the idea looked to me more like an independent website…. Usable online development resources in Tulsa are missing or inadequate at best. Land regulations and processes are essential to many people across the country for a wide variety of reasons. Area residents need to make decisions about their real
Tulsa Development Online 2.0 must begin with a solid, well conceived information architecture road map. Information Architecture is a distinct discipline of designing and organizing an information space to facilitate task completion and intuitive access to content. It is the combination of organization, labeling, and navigation schemes within an
The task force appointed by Mayor Taylor to study and make recommendations on planning and development processes had it’s first meeting March 11, 2009. It was an open meeting, although not very well publicized. I read about it in the Tulsa World and decided I’d go. Good Stuff, l-o-n-g overdue. As I sat there listening
In 2002 I got an idea that came out of a passion for helping people understand the maze of land use regulations in Tulsa. Our systems and processes are confusing and the available resources are not as accessible as they should be.