Monday, June 14, 2010

Fw: A New The Easy to Use Home of Placemaking

In this instance, PPS is NOT Pgh Public Schools.

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From: "Project for Public Spaces" <>
Date: Wed, 09 Jun 2010 08:47:03 -0500
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Subject: A New The Easy to Use Home of Placemaking


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Placemaking News

Introducing the New!

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As you may noticed, PPS has launched a brand new website!

The new better showcases the services and extraordinary resources we have developed to help you in your work to transform your communities. In addition to a more user-friendly design, the site features a new Resources section with hundreds of articles about all types of public spaces. Look no further if you want to know the key attributes of successful public spaces, the core principles of placemaking, how to create a successful public market, or even tips on how to take good photos of public spaces.

The PPS blog is the place to share and discuss the latest news on placemaking around the globe, see profiles of placemakers, photo essays and more. It's also where you can stay up to date on the latest PPS projects and learn more about how PPS can be engaged to work directly in your community.

Our ongoing vision is to make this digital place the Town Square of Placemaking. Your thoughts are invaluable in this effort, so please leave feedback on the site using the "Feedback" widget on the left side of the screen. We look forward to hearing from you!


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