- The City as a Product of its Citizen
- Creating a Case for Legibility
- Dimensioning Legibility
- Political Imagination: Towards an Experimental Theory of Legible Policy
by Gabriella Gómez-Mont
- Design’s Role in Policymaking
by Sofía Bosch
- Encouraging (and Inciting) Participation in the Architecture of the Public Space
by Leticia Lozano
- An Approach to a Museum City
by Begoña Irazabal
- Political Imagination: Towards an Experimental Theory of Legible Policy
- Practicing Legibility
- Shifting the Balance: Design for Equitable Cities
by Anab Jain, Vytautas Jankauskas, and Jon Ardern
- A Case from Mexico City: Laboratorio para la Ciudad’s Mapatón CDMX
by Rodrigo Téllez
- Hacks and Probes
- The Value of Disruption
by Iván Abreu
- Shifting the Balance: Design for Equitable Cities
- Applying Legibility Within the City's Complex Systems: Mobility in Mexico City
- Systemic Design and Writable Policy
by Jorge Camacho
- Improving Urban Mobility by Understanding its Complexity
by Carlos Gershenson
- Open Data on Road Traffic Incidents in Mexico City: Current Situation and Perspectives
by Sergio R. Coria
- Mapping Initiatives and Spatial Analysis
by Isaac Serrano
- The Democratic Dilemma: The Incentives For Long Term Policies
by Roberto Asencio
- A Blinking Pixel
by Pablo Kobayashi
- A Point of Comparison: Mobility in London
by Gyorgyi Galik and Anastasia Vikhornova
- Systemic Design and Writable Policy
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