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Increase the social impact of open data with user personas

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Understanding who uses open data and how helps city staff share public information in ways that are most likely to result in social impact. At “Designing for Community Use," our workshop on the What Works Cities on Tour, we helped city officials brainstorm potential users of open data, develop personas, and then use those personas to design improvements to how city halls disclose information.

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How opening city data can support racial justice

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Cities collect, store, analyze and disclose many different kinds of government data that are critical to understanding and addressing social inequality and racial justice. Advocates for equity can and must do more to demand more transparency from local authorities by working with cities to open up, close information gaps in their communities, and end data poverty.

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Looking for open data use cases in Madison, Wisconsin

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Sunlight’s Open Cities team will be in Madison, Wisconsin for two weeks, conducting dozens of interviews as part of our first-ever pilot project for our Tactical Data Engagement work. To that end, if you live or work in Madison and have ideas about these issues, please tell us! Email opencities@sunlightfoundation.com and share your perspectives about how the city could improve how it collects, releases, uses or applies government data.

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