Unlike regular collaboration platforms, Stickyworld enables involvement of wider groups of people in projects. Select different methods to engage different groups of people including discussion forums and surveys. Choose different media including photos, pdfs, maps, 360 panoramas and videos and support clearer conversations about your project.
Stickyworld enables you to present, link and discuss any content relating to your project or topic. Share pictures, documents, maps, videos and even 360 virtual tours.
Smart commenting helps people frame their exact point of view. Visual context improves understanding and encourages more meaningful insights and feedback to be shared.
Increase transparency and create more opportunity for people to contribute. Automatic reporting helps evidence the audit trail on decision making and reduces risks in projects.
Finding the time and space for everyone to meet, properly understand and discuss a project is tough. Regular meetings, exhibitions or presentations take a lot of effort to organise and drive up project costs. Thankfully, Stickyworld offers an easier way to involve wider groups of people in your project.
You can set up a Stickyworld portal in minutes. Organise different kinds of online participation, either in public or private. Whether sharing and discussing the simplest document or sketch, to exploring full on interactive 360 virtual tours of spaces and engaging in Q and A, Stickyworld makes it easy to involve people in a much clearer conversation about your project.
Our solutions work for all kinds of organisations who seek the involvement of people in their work, including local government, developers, housing associations, architects, museums and universities.
“We have found the visual focus of Stickyworld really useful to community groups in helping them engage with their wider community and communicate and get feedback on their ideas.”
- Catherine Greene, Royal College of Art
“The combination of pictures and commentary on the site produced greater clarity of response.”
- John Boyle Policy team, Wandsworth Council