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1. TEAM

1.1. Deal construction

1.2. Advisory board

1.3. Outsourced

1.3.1. Accounting

1.3.2. Legal

1.3.2.1. Partnerships

1.3.2.2. User U&Cs / Privacy

1.3.2.3. API terms

1.4. Question master (OC?)

1.4.1. maintenance

1.4.2. creation

1.4.3. analysis

1.4.4. targetted promotion

1.4.5. helping clients develop questions

1.5. Marketeer / Media relations

1.6. Engagement builder

1.6.1. Ongoing user comms

1.6.2. social media

1.6.3. article promotion

1.6.4. ally finding

1.6.5. sales lead generation

1.7. Business development (ED)

1.8. Tech

1.8.1. 0-6m

1.8.1.1. All rounder

1.8.2. 6-12m

1.8.2.1. Mobile

1.8.2.2. Front end

1.8.2.3. QA

1.8.3. 1y+

1.8.3.1. SysAdmin

1.8.3.2. Data scientists

1.8.3.3. Big data specialist

2. FEATURES / MILESTONES

2.1. Different question types

2.1.1. Likert scale

2.1.2. Up to 6 options

2.2. Groups

2.2.1. Access control

2.2.1.1. Who gets in

2.2.1.1.1. Admin approval

2.2.1.1.2. Approved by existing member (pointless IMO)

2.2.1.1.3. Invite only

2.2.1.1.4. Invite via a un-discoverable link

2.2.1.1.5. User must know a password

2.2.1.1.6. Entered value must match a number, eg employee ID number

2.2.1.2. User must be...

2.2.1.2.1. In a certain area

2.2.1.2.2. Gender

2.2.1.2.3. Age

2.2.2. Monetisation

2.2.2.1. Limit membership

2.2.2.2. Limit number of questions

2.2.2.2.1. perhaps concurrent questions

2.2.2.2.2. Allow archive

2.2.2.3. Reporting

2.2.2.4. Rewards

2.2.2.5. Messaging

2.2.3. Question sets

2.2.3.1. Inivite

2.2.3.2. Limits

2.2.3.3. Add new

2.2.3.3.1. Name

2.2.3.3.2. Description

2.2.3.3.3. Limit number of people

2.2.3.3.4. Advanced

2.2.3.3.5. Picture

2.2.3.4. Add questions

2.2.3.5. What / how

2.2.3.5.1. Works rather like tags

2.2.4. How does one join?

2.2.4.1. Targetted message

2.2.4.1.1. Region

2.2.4.1.2. Age

2.2.4.1.3. Gender

2.2.4.1.4. By interest topics

2.2.4.2. Invited by an existing user (typically a friend)

2.2.4.3. Invited by a group admin

2.2.5. Reports

2.2.5.1. Engagement

2.2.5.1.1. Avg answer distribution

2.2.5.1.2. Over time / recurring

2.2.5.2. Contentious questions

2.2.5.3. Number of members

2.2.5.3.1. Over time

2.2.5.4. More detail on geo / demo graphics

2.2.5.5. Correlation with other questions

2.2.6. Advanced features

2.2.6.1. Compulsory questions

2.2.6.2. Additional data fields

2.2.7. Rewards

2.2.7.1. Tell users up-front

2.2.7.2. As gift at complettion

2.2.7.3. Stealth / random rewards

2.2.7.4. Start / end date

2.2.7.5. Types

2.2.7.5.1. Gesture

2.2.7.5.2. Enhances existing programme

2.2.7.5.3. Discount coupon

2.2.8. Notifications

2.2.8.1. Ability to send a message to all members

2.2.8.2. Automatically notify of new questions in group

2.3. Mobile app

2.4. Points

2.4.1. Why?

2.4.1.1. Status / kudos

2.4.1.2. Delegation

2.5. Debates

2.5.1. Threaded comments

2.5.2. Highlight influencers

2.5.3. Extract compelling reasons / suggestions

2.5.4. Up/down vote reasons / suggestions

2.5.5. Local actions

2.5.6. Block this debate / this point is a blocker

2.6. API

2.7. Search

2.8. Privacy

2.8.1. Relation to groups

2.8.1.1. Share ALL info with this group, inc private

2.8.1.2. Share only PUBLIC info

2.8.2. Types

2.8.2.1. Private

2.8.2.2. Public

2.8.2.3. I'll show you mine if you show me yours

2.8.3. Where?

2.8.3.1. Site-wide default

2.8.3.2. Per question

2.8.3.3. Per tag

2.8.3.4. Per region

2.9. Geo-fenced questions

2.10. User comparison

2.10.1. Select other user/s, compare yourself

2.10.2. Use cases

2.10.2.1. Compare to MP

2.10.2.2. To my company

2.10.2.3. Report on my group

2.11. Expertise / reputation

2.12. Offline engagement

2.12.1. Printing

2.12.2. Local support for groups

2.12.3. Live events

2.13. FOR EACH DO...

2.13.1. ASSUMPTION

2.13.2. HOW TO TEST

2.13.3. ACTORS

2.13.3.1. CUSTOMER

2.13.3.2. OWNER

2.13.3.3. ACTORS

2.13.4. OUTCOMES

2.13.5. LIMITS TO ACTION

3. What scale does it work best at?

3.1. Upwards of 500 people

3.2. It could be designed to smaller groups, too

4. Who has decisions it could be used for? (How would you like tomorrow to be?)

4.1. Our users

4.1.1. As citizens

4.1.2. As employees

4.1.3. As local residents

4.2. Represent

4.2.1. our direction

4.2.2. specific issues users want us to push on

4.3. Community

4.3.1. residents on a street / area

4.3.2. epetitions nationally

4.3.3. parish councillors

4.4. Political

4.4.1. Mayor

4.4.2. Councillors

4.4.3. MPs

4.4.4. MEPs

4.5. Geographic

4.5.1. parishes

4.5.2. cities

4.5.3. regions

4.5.4. national

4.5.5. international

4.6. Organisations

4.7. Businesses

4.7.1. ideas

4.7.2. employee engagement

4.8. ON THESE...

4.8.1. 1. CONSIDER WHICH CAN BE ACTIONED SOONEST? (EASY, SHORT, WILLING ACTORS)

4.8.2. 2. HOW WOULD YOU COMMUNICATE THEM?

5. Who wants the data it will create?

5.1. Media

5.2. Businesses

5.3. Politicians

5.4. Citizens

5.5. Developers

5.6. Organisations

5.7. Lobby groups

6. Who makes the opinions become reality?

7. What makes money?

8. What are the blockers to democratic innovation?

9. Why do people come back?

9.1. status

9.2. see post on social media

9.3. question notification

9.3.1. mobile app

9.3.2. email

9.4. email prompt

9.4.1. Daily questions

9.4.2. Update

9.5. 3rd party embed

9.6. Friend invites them to engage with a question

9.7. invited to engage on a topic

9.7.1. as expert?

10. User journey

10.1. See question

10.2. Answer question/s

10.3. See results

10.3.1. find out more

10.4. Ask question

10.5. Join group

10.5.1. Answer questions in group

11. Growth plan

11.1. Geographic

11.1.1. UK

11.1.2. English speaking

11.1.3. R.o.W.

11.2. Sector

11.2.1. What hasn't been touched by epetitons yet?

11.3. Demographic

11.3.1. Students

11.3.2. Mums

11.4. How do we get a monopoly?

11.4.1. API

11.4.1.1. wordpress widget

11.4.1.2. easily embed

11.4.2. Make it free

11.4.3. Use regulation

11.4.4. Get it everywhere

11.4.4.1. Awareness (marketing)

11.4.4.2. Integration

11.4.5. Scale

11.4.6. Protect IP

11.4.7. Start small

11.4.7.1. if you can't dominate a small market, you'll never dominate a big one

11.4.8. Focus on the endgame

11.4.8.1. liquid democracy

11.4.8.2. informed populus

11.4.8.3. sandbox democracy

11.4.8.4. local engagement

11.4.8.5. identification & replication of good ideas

11.4.8.6. identification of experts / leaders

11.4.8.7. better stakeholder relations

11.4.8.8. rebalance citizen power relative to biz & govt

11.4.8.9. politics for people who hate politcs

12. Who's feeling what pain?

12.1. Citizens

12.1.1. Inequality / unfairness

12.1.2. Frustration

12.1.3. Disempowered

12.2. Consumers

12.2.1. Forced to buy bad things.

12.3. Politicians

12.3.1. Hated

12.3.2. Disempowered

12.3.3. No mandate

13. Outcomes I'd like to see (in the world)

13.1. Better representation of human values

13.2. Help businesses transition to be better

13.3. Help values-led businesses find customers

13.4. Understand societies reasons and attitudes / identify blockers

13.5. Inform & engage people

13.6. Change / open minds

13.7. Help millenials find / create companies with purpose

14. Key Phrases

14.1. What COULD we do?

14.2. Every day we invent tomorrow. How would you like it to be?

14.3. Ask, analyse, act // share ideas, find partners,

15. Why do people participate in these sorts of things?

15.1. The benefits are greater than the costs (aka rational choice model)

15.2. It makes a difference, and they know it (Users are 54% to use fixmystreet twice if an issue is resolved)

15.3. There are multiple channels of communication to them

15.4. Supports multiple levels of engagement

15.5. Make it personal / bring it home

15.6. Reinforce the sense of DUTY - show that others are doing it

15.7. Get a pre-commitment

15.8. Experiment.