At Constructive, we design new ways of communicating information.
Whether we’re creating data-driven models or facilitating workshops, we value shared understanding and engagement above all else.
Constructive Public Engagement
Information Design | Event design and facilitation | Impact Evaluation
Information design is a combination of data analytics; system modelling; what-if analytics; and simulations. We tell stories with data, and help people spot patterns or anomalies that would be lost within a chart or graph. To do so, we build compelling, interactive models that provide detail without losing sight of the big picture.
Public events, conferences, and workshops are key tools to start dialogue about sustainability. We design events that are engaging, interactive, and data-driven. Our facilitation techniques help participants find common ground to build from, whether the participant is a stakeholder, an academic, or a member of the public.
We help nonprofit, social enterprise, and for-profit organizations measure the impact of their actions. Instead of focusing on the method, we look at the outcome, and focus on the progress made towards a specific goal. We design evaluation strategies that are straightforward and outcome-focused. Non-profits, social enterprises and for-profit organizations are all struggling with how…
Steve is a highly creative and engaging systems thinker. He has both a deep knowledge of tools and resources and a unique ability to connect ideas, all of which he uses to help people see new possibilities. Steve has been a very valuable and versatile member of the Energy Futures Lab design and delivery team for more than two years and has helped our team and partners to be ambitious in our thinking and effective in our execution.
“Steve brought his considerable experience in facilitation to the CIRDI Summer Institute. Steve’s value-add in this particular circumstance was his experience with the context of resource management and his thoughtful way of approaching the “studio sessions” to help integrate the day’s learning for the participants.”