Knowing how important the social media are, we strive to create a participatory culture around the project by exchanging relevant pieces of information and responding to questions and feedback, both anticipated and non-expected.
One of the best ways to get honest, high-quality feedback from your intended users is being honest to them by being as transparent is possible. This is also one of the reasons why this website is structured and designed the way it is - to make the information appealing, readily available and enticing to react upon. Our newsletter
is easily accessible and makes the latest developments and information available to the broad public on regular basis.
While the website is the main information source about the project, we realize it's merely one of millions of potential destinations on the Internet for our users. Therefore, we rely on the most popular social media sites like Twitter
to keep our users in the loop with the developments and allow them to contact us with very little effort and friction. All our video materials - from clipping, conferences to video reports are available on Youtube
and presentations of our work and work of our partners and colleagues can be found on slideshare
We also encourage participatory culture within the project team, which is epitomized by the occasional usage of Open Space
meeting methodology, and use of Skype and Google docs collaboration and sharing options in our everyday work and meeting sessions.