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Designers will often capture their methods into 'playbooks', which are portable collections of options that others can pick up and adapt to their own context. Likewise, design principles establish core principles by which a given organization or office operates.

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A guide to tactical (open) data engagement

We designed Tactical Data Engagement to help cities go beyond a policy and portal, and facilitate opportunities for the community use of open data to improve residents’ lives.

Corporate Civic Playbook

A first-of-its-kind resource that defines corporate civic engagement, providing clear tools to help more companies become active players in strengthening the resiliency of our democracy

California Design System

The Design System makes it easy for state digital teams to build accessible, consistent, and performant services and products to meet Californians’ needs.

Principles for Digital Development

A set of guidelines that help development practitioners integrate established best practices into technology-enabled programmes.

Toolkit Navigator

The Observatory of Public Sector Innovation's compendium of toolkits for public sector innovation and transformation, curated by OPSI and our partners around the world

Civic tech patterns

In the spirit of Wikipatterns, this is a collection of patterns and anti-patterns for describing common practices that may help or hinder the conception or design of your civic technology.

NYC Neighborhood Innovation Lab in Brownsville

These events join New Yorkers of all ages to test and give feedback on technologies aimed at improving quality of life and City services.

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