Starr Whitehouse was commissioned to develop a streetscape design for East Fourth Street. To guide this design process, public feedback was solicited at a street fair, at public participation meetings, and through surveys and mapping of existing use. To assist with this process, I created interactive materials used at the street fair, reflecting the eclectic history of the block. A table-sized schematic of the block allowed visitors to add their comments and drawings to the map. At the street fair, we handed out surveys to gauge the public's preferences. After the street fair, focus groups, and mapping, I created a summarization of all of the findings, which guided Starr Whitehouse in their design process.​​​​​​​