You don't have to be a designer to understand the principles of good product development. And if you're interested in applying for a Tech for Good grant it's going to pay to. Product development is risky and complex. There’s so much we don’t know at the beginning. Even after …[Read More...]
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We asked four of 2018's programme cohort to share an insight that changed the way they work. Hit play to hear what they said. We find it interesting that all four described insights into their users, because it shows that rather than rushing into the build stage …[Read More...]
Rather like predicting which horse will win a race, the trained eye can tell which Tech for Good projects are most likely to be successful. There's some pedigree advice in this article. You’re a charity chief exec. You’re planning a Tech for Good project or maybe you’ve won a …[Read More...]
I was conceived in the middle of winter. My parents, a successful charity and a socially minded web agency, won a Tech for Good grant. They were delighted to hear I was on the way. Even if you fail in doing something ambitious, you usually succeed in doing something …[Read More...]
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...]
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...]