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NYC Streets Renaissance

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Project
NYCSR Home Page
Date
June 2006
Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, XHTML, CSS, Javascript

This is the long running design for the NYCSR home page, which was the forbearer of the popular StreetsBlog and StreetFilms sites. Its main focus was to educate people on the unhealthy aspects of the auto-centric street design in urban areas and what can and is being done to change that.

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This work was done for The Open Planning Project.
Project
NYCSR New York Streets Page
Date
June 2006
Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, XHTML, CSS, Javascript

This page exists mostly as a navigational landing page. The image of the city skyline would also be used section wide to help tie those pages together in readers' minds.

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This work was done for The Open Planning Project.
Project
NYCSR Broken Streets Page
Date
June 2006
Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, XHTML, CSS, Javascript

This page explains the problems with the disproportionate amount of space given to cars on city streets. There are links to related videos on the right side.

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This work was done for The Open Planning Project.
Project
NYCSR Building on Progress Page
Date
June 2006
Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, XHTML, CSS, Javascript

This page shows examples of where New York has made pedestrian and cycle-centric improvements. There is a promotional callout on the right asking for users to join the NYCSR.

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This work was done for The Open Planning Project.
Project
NYCSR Video Gallery Page
Date
June 2006
Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, XHTML, CSS, Javascript

This gallery is the direct predecessor to the StreetFilms website, where the films of Clarence Eckerson Jr. were presented to educate people about urban transit issues.

This work was done for The Open Planning Project.
Project
NYCSR Chicago Page
Date
June 2006
Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, XHTML, CSS, Javascript

This page lists some of the changes the Edgewater neighborhood in Chicago did to help improve the livability of their streets. Links to photos in the gallery were on the right.

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This work was done for The Open Planning Project.
Project
NYCSR Ways to Get Involved Page
Date
June 2006
Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, XHTML, CSS, Javascript

This page includes a list of ways people could get involved with making livable streets in New York. There is a promotional callout on the right asking for users to join the NYCSR.

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This work was done for The Open Planning Project.
Project
NYCSR Upcoming Events Page
Date
June 2006
Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, XHTML, CSS, Javascript

This page lists of all upcoming events the NYCSR was involved with, and including descriptions, locations and RSVP info. There is a promotional callout on the right asking for users to join the NYCSR.

This work was done for The Open Planning Project.
Project
Previous NYCSR Home Page
Date
March 2006
Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, XHTML, CSS, Javascript

This was the initial site design when the NYCSR launched. The image on the home page transitioned between different pictures of parts of New York as they are, and as the NYCSR envisioned them being improved for pedestrians.

This work was done for The Open Planning Project.
Project
Previous NYCSR Get Involved Page
Date
March 2006
Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, XHTML, CSS, Javascript

This was the previous version of the Get Involved page. The form on this page handled signing up users to the Livable Streets mailing list, along with other potential levels of involvement.

This work was done for The Open Planning Project.
Project
Early NYCSR Home Page Mockup
Date
December 2005
Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator

This early mockup shows what the site would have been like with much less content.

This work was done for The Open Planning Project.