This project runs a demographic analysis from the survey results on revitalization preferences at A Philip Randolph Square to see if and what patterns emerge in the revitalization preferences. By conducting a network analysis to develop personas, we can better tell the story of revitalization preferences to community members and stakeholders.
A Philip Randolph Square is a park located in Central Harlem South and is in the process of being redesigned. The A Philip Randolph Neighborhood Alliance and the Friends of A Philip Randolph Square are working with the community members and stakeholders to develop plans to revitalize this park into a community space to honor the legacy of this labor unionist and civil rights activist. This project runs a demographic analysis from the survey results to see if and what patterns emerge in the revitalization preferences. By examining this data in different demographic “cross-sections”, the intent is to tell the story of the people that make up the community and their opinions on the revitalization of the park to the community members themselves.
UX Research, Gephi, OpenRefine, Tableau
Google Sheet of Survey Results with New “Group” Column, Neighborhood Alliance for Open Space