Stage one tools
Forums: A discussion forum centered around a specific topic. Residents can share their thoughts and read comments from other residents.
Ideas: A digital idea board where thoughts, images, and links can be shared to spark real conversation.
Places: Where residents indicate areas for improvement or new projects on an interactive map, with comments about the perceived issues.
Stage two tools
Surveys: Where structured feedback and quantitative data can be collected using single- or multi-page questions to gather actionable insights.
Q&A: Residents can ask pressing questions and agencies can answer them publicly or privately.
Stories: Residents can share their lived experiences, stoke empathy, and build community. – Guestbook: A safe, moderated space for one-way, open-ended engagement.
Guestbook: A safe, moderated space for one-way, open-ended engagement.
EngagementHQ also has tools that help in-house researchers and staff members make sense of all the data collected in both stages of project engagement. These tools include a text analysis tool, a survey analysis tool, and a sentiment analysis tool to help analyze commentary.