1to1 has developed a series of tools and support materials since our inception in 2010. These are publicly available and form a key part our engagement, teaching and research practice.
The Codes of Engagement are a set of self-questioning guides to how to work in socio-technical spatial development projects co-developed by 1to1 and our collaborators.
Our Critical Research/Action Thinking Tool is a summary of a series of conversation 1to1 has been having within itself and our collaborators on what critical questions we should be asking ourselves and our partners when starting socio-technical projects.
The Timeline Action Planning Tool is a powerful visual co-planning tool that allows for multiple actors to plan and co-develop a neighborhood or spatial development project or initiative.
Using a mixed technology approach, 1to1 has developed a digital projection tool that facilitates spatial planning and analysis for mixed stakeholder groups.
The Neighborhood Builder Starter Pack is a field tool that allows for a quick and clear project identification and development path for neighborhood leaders or residents to start a tactical build project.
The UISP RoadMap Tool is a specific combination tool, training package that supports all actors involved with in-situ informal settlement upgrading processes in South Africa.
The Neighborhood Builder App is currently under development, but is aiming to be a digital tool in support of planning, managing and documenting tactical neighborhood projects.
This value capture & assessment system was developed through the No Such Thing as A Community Center Project, where 1to1 worked alongside students, grass-roots practitioners to question, assess and co-develop a means of capturing the value of ‘Community Centers’ in South Africa.