DESIGN DYNAMICS WORKSHOPS
Design Dynamics workshops leverage advanced technologies to forecast the effects of environmental design interventions on system outcomes through computational scenario simulation. These efforts contribute to a deeper understanding of risk priorities in human-centered design for environments. This also enables planning teams to proactively address environmentally-based challenges that impede adaptive responses to safety-related demands before design implementation.
HOUSING, ENVIRONMENT, AND WELLBEING COMMUNITY SYSTEM DYNAMICS WORKSHOP
This two-part community-driven workshop focused on advancing community resilience through watershed planning in at-risk Jacksonville, Florida neighborhoods.
These applied community system dynamics sessions were facilitated by UF DCP FIBER researchers and sponsored by the Jessie Ball DuPont Fund with support from UF Health Jacksonville, LISC Jacksonville, Groundworks Jacksonville, UF City Lab, and the Shimberg Center for Housing Studies.