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school classes teenagers Would you like to go •Ask each group to make a collage and a prioritized New Playground to the playground to: list of what type of experiences they would like to have User Groups swim when they go to the new playground. Give examples Experience Needs relax to start the imagination rolling by asking questions Collages & Lists bike like the ones listed to the left. read pretend play • Once the types of experience each group would like hangout to see in the playground are identified ask each group Library of ice-skate, etc… to do a little homework by going out and finding Playground & pictures, examples and write ups on cool places Playspace Examples where the activities they have identified occur. e.g., columns in chart • Using all the charts, lists and examples from the age range analysis and the brainstorming sessions, develop a Comprehensive supervision needs comprehensive user profile chart that includes User Group activity needs all of the groups demographics, preferences, wish lists, Needs & Wants time of use and play needs. For each group consider all the things Chart play component needs that you now know starting with some of the ones space needs listed to the left. When the chart is completed it will serve as a guide and reference for the next steps. Innovative Play Structures Research Project August, 2001 Page 90
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Playground Development Matrix 2. Playground Objectives Matrix (Brainstorming & Developing Preliminary Goals) WHAT HOW WHAT Item to Consider Means of Developing The Idea Resulting Product How are all these • The hardest part of designing a playground is that it is different users with seldom going to be used by only one group of people. different priorities A successful playground design depends on how well Community Meetings going to use the different uses are integrated, connected and overlapped same playground? on the site. Another set of group meetings are required to begin allocating space and time to different users of the playground. All the materials gathered so far should be organized and made readily available to everyone Resource Information taking part in the brainstorming session. This could be Package done by making handouts or hanging large sheets up. Zone Examples: • To begin the brainstorming session divide all the Quiet Sitting Area participants into small groups composed of a variety Waterpark Zone of different users. Give each small group a copy of the Active Play Zone existing conditions map. It is time to develop Roller Sports Zone preliminary playground use bubble diagrams. Ask each Four to Six group to go over the resource materials they have Bubble Diagrams Related Structures: gathered and to begin drawing large bubbles or zones Roadways that represent the location of playspaces for different Entrances to Buildings users. Some zones can combine user groups if they are Utility Buildings etc used at different times or if the play components are the same for both groups. Make sure each zone is Connection Examples: well connected to related structures on the site. Draw
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