The lack of public spaces is an unresolved environmental and social problems in many Latin Amerian cities. Citizens demand green, healthy,safe and enjoyable common places. There is disconnection between beneficiary communities and creative designers who usually fail to get support from public/private donors, organisations and local governments. Also we find poor synergies to offset, reuse and repurpose urban waste locally; and no public budget to remediate gap sites in disadvantaged communities and to build ecologically sound smart communities. I believe that communities are active designers of social-responsive technologies rather than mere consumers. People have the right to live in better and health public spaces by sharing and making green spaces together. PIXELLAND is the first civic crowdsourcing platform dedicated to the enhancement of the public spaces of cities in Chile and Latin America. It is in line with the principles of HABITAT III Urban Agenda and the new urban governance policies. PIXELLAND is an online donation model that enables smart communities, stakeholders, housing associations, local planners and governments to crowdfund, share, design and implement projects that transform vacant, rundown or in-risk spaces throughout self-build, DIY, gardening, workshops and events. This online donation model strengthens the sense of remaking, capacity building and civic activation.