Research

Creating opportunities to collaborate

At Hopscotch we develop unique opportunities to collaborate with your audience on the topics that matter most to you right now. A colleague turned to us for help designing a workshop in the Philippines. Hi! I'm currently working with the Philippine government on a social housing program, in which we'd like to run a workshop

Creating opportunities to collaborate 2018-02-13T05:46:48+00:00

The size of your team

You've got a research study coming up. Your client has bought into the process and wants their entire team to participate. With 6 in-homes and a team of 2 adding 1-2 extra people to the professional team isn't an issue. However, when the research team explodes to 3-5 clients you start to loose control of

The size of your team 2018-02-13T05:46:49+00:00

311 Systems

311 Systems have been in existence for almost 20 years (1996). The number of cities taking on 311 is a slow trickle, stymied by a lack of funding and few off the shelf options. In an effort to understand where we are now Hopscotch Labs has analyzed reports and articles, and anecdotal first hand implementation experiences.

311 Systems 2018-02-13T05:46:49+00:00

Hopscotch is in the news

We've been in the news! I want to congratulate the team for a job well done! We set out to meet as many San Diegans as possible. Thanks to the media coverage, the City of San Diego and the citizens who care 4500 people took our survey, and another 30+ participated in interviews. We appeared

Hopscotch is in the news 2018-02-13T05:46:49+00:00

Cure Violence: Community Behavior Change

Anti-Violence Neighborhood Campaign, Cure Violence (previously CeaseFire Chicago) [metaslider id=174650670] Project Goal: CeaseFire is a leader in preventing violence between individuals. They needed a strategy to change the thinking about the social norms and behaviors that perpetuate the transmission of violence at the individual and community level. Outcome: A service platform based on four key

Cure Violence: Community Behavior Change 2018-02-13T05:46:49+00:00

Your willingness to pay the price

As the end of the academic semester nears, the litany of complaints rise. The "I would rather do this than that" puts extreme conditions in place for a persons willingness to do an activity or pay a price. This conveniently coincides with my marke...

Your willingness to pay the price 2018-02-13T05:46:50+00:00

Thriving from invasive species

If you have spent a little time outdoors lately you likely know that invasive species are have been entering our ecosystem for some time. Below is a great article about the history of invasive species, their role on economies, and the relationship...

Thriving from invasive species 2015-01-28T22:06:56+00:00