What skateboards and motorbikes can teach us about designing digital services
You don’t have to be a designer to understand the principles of digital service design. And if you want to get digital funding it’s going to pay to understand them.
How to work in the open: sharing
We look at three ways to share your work and help others.
What can charity digital leads learn from the femtech revolution?
The femtech sector is growing ever larger. What do the successes in this sector teach us about good digital practice? And how can charities get involved? Kelly Bewers takes a look.
UNICEF safeguarding for chatbots resource
Safeguarding girls and boys: When Chatbots answer their private questions.
Turning the tap back on: creating empathy through online services
Online services are amazing but they can't provide all the things face-to-face services do. We're losing some of the empathy that comes from the flow of human connection - what we call relational wellbeing.
Design tool: 'user need statements' and why charities should use them
Learn how to use user need statements to create accessible digital services that your users need.
How three non-profits won with NoCode
Andy Bell looks at the idea that NoCode applications are a better tool for charity digital leads.
Three lessons on NoCode
Having interviewed three charities on their use of NoCode, we look at the themes that emerge.
What is working in the open for non-profits?
We're running a new piece of work that helps all our programme participants share their work so other organisations benefit.