We're updating the annual Top Apps for Planning list, and we want your input.
For several years now, one of the most widely read posts of the year on Planetizen has been the annual "Best Planning Apps" post. We are committed to keeping the tradition of crowdsourcing insights into the use of apps and mobile phones in planning practices of all varieties—from the private sector to the public sector, academia, and advocacy groups.
So, as a first step in creating a new Best Planning Apps post that offers insights into the type of mobile apps used by planners, as well as trends in app development specifically by and for the planning profession, we are inviting you to take this survey. The survey will only take a couple minutes of your time. Please feel free to share this with your colleagues as well.
We'll be back with survey results at the beginning of April.
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