Over the last nine months this website has published 35 articles on funding and running a Tech for Good project.
All to help you get ready for funding and running your own one.
Together we’ve learnt a lot
We’ve helped you learn about user, social and financial value. We’ve talked about laying the foundations for success and failure, and we’ve interviewed current grantees about what they’ve learnt. It’s all here.
If you’ve read even one tenth of the articles you’ll be more familiar with the concepts and principles of building impactful tech in a careful and user-centred way. You’ll be primed on how to do good user research and think through your assumptions before applying to this programme (or any other). You’ll be in a better place to apply.
But even if you haven’t read anything yet, don’t worry. Read on!
Tech for Good 2019 is Open
Last week we announced a three year partnership commitment to funding Tech for Good with the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. Today we’ve published details of the 2019 programme.
We’ve also put together a list of the most useful articles from this site.
5 Posts That Will Improve Your Funding Application
There’s loads of useful articles on the Hub blog. Or you could follow the thematic links on the homepage. But if you’re new here, unsure about applying, or just looking for smart ways to improve your application these five posts will help the most.
Top line advice from Ellie Hale on what to do with your idea to get it more funding ready.
Good user research = stronger user and problem insights = easier to make a case for funding
We wrote this at the end of 2017. Ignore at your own risk! It might even save you a wasted application.
Our most in-depth guide. If you only read one article, read this.
Making a video is like making a cake. Ingredients. Method. Focus.