Measuring the impact and quality of places

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Safety
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Accessibility
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Quality
Image courtesy of City of Casey. Photo by Rob Carew

The Culture Counts online survey platform empowers effective place evaluation where activation is a key driver of success. The platform has been used to assess the impact of user experience in city precincts, public spaces, working with local governments and property managers across Australia.

In 2015, Culture Counts released a set of over 30 place quality dimension statements, designed to measure the intrinsic value of places - to better inform future programs, enhance user experience and contribute to long-term success and sustainability. Culture Counts has helped place makers to:

  • Align their strategy with cultural, social, civic, economic and place-based outcomes
  • Identify what is important to measure across a variety of places including retail precincts, campuses and city centres
  • Effectively use data insights to support policy, budgets and decision-making
  • Benchmark their organisation across the industry with 100+ standardised outcome metrics


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Safety
I feel safe here
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Accessibility
I find it easy to get to and from here
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Quality
There is a high quality of goods, services and activities here
Measure what matters with Surveys
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  • Design your survey in minutes in a user-friendly dashboard
  • Measure your outcomes with pre-designed survey templates
  • Select from 100+ academically designed and standardised outcome metrics
  • Share your survey with your team using multiple export formats
  • Survey your audience with multiple online distribution channels
Culture Counts sample survey for Place
Shareable insights with Reporting
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  • View your survey responses in real-time
  • Easily interpret data with automated charts
  • Share your data with multiple export formats
  • Effortlessly produce professional reports with automated reporting
  • Plus, showcase your data with one of our custom reporting options


Culture Counts sample survey for Place
Resources for Place
The Impact of Culture and Environment on Liveability
Alison Lasek

Alison Lasek, 30 August 2017

The Impact of Culture and Environment on Liveability

Melbourne has been named the world’s most liveable city for the seventh year running in The Economist’s Global Liveability Report​. While there is a palpable sense of pride in the cultural and civic life of Melbourne, there’s also a growing awareness that this index doesn’t paint the full picture.

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