We thought they'd say "learning new ways of working". But not one of the five projects we asked named it as the biggest challenge they'd met in their first three months. Instead they chose to talk about: Recruiting user research subjects - from volunteers to adults to …[Read More...]
How ready are you?
Tech for Good funding opportunities are growing. If you work for a charity, social enterprise, or for a funder, we'll get you ready. Sign up or read more.
No spam. Just useful, quality content that fills you with tech for goodness.
Just like a little kid getting on a bike the first ride is often the clumsiest. It’s new, awkward and breathtakingly exciting at the same time. Making your first Tech for Good Grant is like that. If you're a funder you'll have heard about Tech for Good. You may have read an …[Read More...]
You know how it is when applying for a grant. Though the odds are stacked against you, somehow you still feel hopeful. Usually that hope gets crushed. Rejection is normal. But sometimes you win. Sometimes you get offered a grant. Then you feel happy. And excited. And …[Read More...]
Grant making is changing because charities want to deliver more digital services. This has big implications for traditional grant makers. I’d like to ask you, please, about how funding tech for good projects is different to funding traditional human powered services?” That’s …[Read More...]
Guest blog by Kirsten Naudé, Director of New Ventures, The Children's Society Talking about ‘Agile’ in charities is tricky. Especially larger, more traditional ones. My mind is a bit of a haze on the topic. It’s a sticky subject. Having just read that under one third of …[Read More...]
Back in July our funded projects had a rough idea of what their users needed. Since then they’ve been developing more specific 'user stories'. Learn how to use user stories to make sure you’re creating what your users need, not what you think they want. In all my days of …[Read More...]