Participants of the city-wide trail of CareView, our award-winning app to help vulnerable residents reconnect with essential community services to improve their physical and mental wellbeing.

This week: Easter eggs, AR & sustainability

This week I worked with a cultural hub in a European city that has a very special relationship with the World Wide Web, to plant Easter eggs in their augmented reality app!

In West Sweden, we’re making steady progress on the use of game-based activites to bridge the divide between sustainability themes and contemporary culture across the region.

In the UK, we’re understanding how social workers (pictured here) engage with residents in the most deprived areas of the city. I feel we made a good decision to invest time to understand the motivations of frontline service providers.

It’s been another rewarding week, working with cities on three very different digital projects that want to empower citizens to redefine their relationship with their cities/environment.

I feel grateful to work with such remarkable people, especially because all of them possess a wicked sense of humor!

The barriers we face to realise our projects are real, but the ability to step back and see the lighter side makes the anxiety vanish into the ether. ❤




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Abhay Adhikari

Abhay Adhikari

I am interested in the context & values of our Digital Identities.

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