Needing to create a redevelopment plan for a defunct shopping mall site in Cupertino, California, the City turned to the community through a Charrette process to identify a preferred design.
Because of its location and a shortage of affordable housing, the project was of immense interest to local community members. To accommodate everyone, the City needed a way to collect and organize large numbers of comments on plan options generated during each step of the Charrette on the web, rather than just in-person. The City needed to present an online tool that conveyed their commitment to collaboration, while staying true to the Charrette process.
Konveio helped Cupertino in multiple ways:
Wanting to provide a transparent platform for input on a high-profile project, the City of Cupertino used Konveio to ensure open collaboration on the best path forward.