Why to use JUSThood?

Inclusive input for master planning design

Participants produce much more informed and creative ideas in comparison to conventional workshops. Masterplans are filled in not only with technical information, but with much more qualitative and descriptive data from the participants.


Participants acknowledge the diversity of users in their neighborhoods and develop empathy for them during discussions.

Uncover desires and visions

Participants express their hidden desires and radical visions for their places. With the help of imagination process participants uncover the tacit knowledge to envision the physical and social layout of places.


Participants understand their agency in the space and acquire the feeling of ownership, responsibility, and respect for their places. Imagining personas’ needs and preferences become visible and tangible when they are put on the map. In addition, it allows the inclusion of non-human stakeholders, whose needs it is difficult to know and capture.

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