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...]
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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...]
Guest blog from John Dunford, Campaigns Lead, The Developer Society With reports from across civil society and government regularly highlighting the digital skills gap in the third sector, the need for charities to collaborate with tech partners is greater than ever. For …[Read More...]
The Tech for Good Programme doesn’t fund solutions. It funds solution finding projects. Understanding what this means in practice will help you apply for your first Tech for Good grant. Samaritans had an idea. It helped them win funding from this programme. But then data …[Read More...]
Loads of us have great Tech for Good ideas. But while having an idea is relatively easy, knowing what to do with it next is much harder. We asked Ellie Hale from the Centre for Acceleration of Social Technology what voluntary sector organisations should do with their ideas, …[Read More...]
Running a Tech for Good project will be fun and frustrating, terrific and terrifying. Be ready for the emotional rollercoaster so you don't get TfG whiplash. Three months ago you spent an intense couple of weeks slogging away on your Tech for Good funding application. …[Read More...]