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Design for networked cities and citizens.

  New York,  United States    Website
We are a New York City-based urban systems design practice, with a human-centered orientation and an ambition to improve the quality of metropolitan experience worldwide.

Urbanscale was founded by Adam Greenfield in 2010 to bring a human-centered perspective to the design of products, services, and spatial interventions wherever networked information technology intersects the urban condition, for the benefit of everybody who lives, works, strives, and dreams in the world’s cities.

We work with municipal, public-sector and private organizations on one-off and long-term consulting projects, as well as developing our own products. Our expertise in interaction and interface design, ethnography, graphic design, typography, cartography and software development is complemented by extensive experience working in North America, Europe and Asia.
Latest From @urbnscl
2 years ago
@MarpleLeaf We suggest you read this: http://t.co/rMk2OkMZsR
2 years ago
A very brief return to share with you the news that we've published this. Please share widely! Many thanks. http://t.co/6qRWGJfQc1
2 years ago
2 years ago
@rubenvinagre Please note that our Urbanflow has nothing to do with "smart cities," thanks!
2 years ago
@Kevindoylejones If you're OK with superficial analysis, though, by all means feel free to use the Gartner material in your work.
2 years ago
@Kevindoylejones Saying a piece of work falls short of the standards it should have upheld is not the same thing as "trashing" it.
2 years ago
@Kevindoylejones Did you read the report we linked? It was superficial, uncritical, platitudinous and simplistic.
2 years ago
@Kevindoylejones Not sure what your point is. If you're bursting the silly consultancy balloon, what can we say? We agree.
2 years ago
@gidiperna That's too bad. It's an incoherent notion — intellectually bankrupt and ethically untenable.
2 years ago
@gidiperna We explicitly do not believe in the "smart city."