Residents’ associations often lack the resources and expertise of larger authorities, meaning they are at a disadvantage when communicating with local councils about issues in their area.
My project provides residents’ associations with a comprehensive set of community mapping guidelines, enabling them to communicate their opinions in visually effective ways. This will allow for better dialogue and decision-making between community and council.
The guidelines are in a step-by-step format and consist of a colour-coded flowchart poster, and a book documenting my process researching a community issue in Mt Cook, Wellington, New Zealand.
Honours year university project
1x A4 book, 82 pages, printed on Mohawk Superfine Ultra White Smooth.
1x A3 poster, printed on Mohawk Superfine Ultra White Smooth.