DIGITAL BULLETIN BOARD
closing gaps in social interaction that were created by the outbreak of the corona virus
The corona pandemic has shown how diverse the opportunities are to get digitally in contact and to help each other. But digital spaces are not accessible to everyone. According to a study from 2019, about 10 million people are offline nationwide. 75 percent of whom are over 65 years old.
Where do digital and analog spaces come together? The idea of digital bulletin boards gives one answer to this question. Functioning as an interface, they create public access to existing platforms in the neighborhood. In collaboration with the local community specific needs will be identified in order to work out the idea. The resulting video shows the individual phases of implementation.