The two researchers Albrecht Fritzsche and Aida Boukhris are attending this week the Conference on Persuasive Technology in Salzburg. Today they contributed with work in progress papers in two workshops. One paper was presented during the session about "Personalisation and tailoring in persuasive tecnologies" and addressed the development of an innovative toolbox for encouraging collaborative prototyping during co-creation workshops, inspired from market-proven electronics toolkits. The second paper was presented during the session about "Empowering cities for sustainable wellbeing" chaired by MIT Media Lab and considered the role of JOSEPHS within a city such as Nuremberg as an enabler of functional interactions between citizens.