How three charities used NoCode to run their services
Examples of how to use NoCode to implement digital ideas without writing a line of code.
Be like Obi-Wan: what charities need from digital agencies
Or be like Yoda if you prefer. Either way Catalyst is calling for agencies to always be mentors to charities, not just their technical experts.
Working in the open: ways to share your work
Three ways to share your work and help others, while helping your own thinking too.
Why design is more important than digital for charities
Why design is more important than digital, and how to start thinking ‘design first’ rather than ‘digital first’.
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.
What is working in the open for charities?
An introduction to working in the open (infographic).
40 tools for creating human connection through your digital services
Catalyst collaborator Deepr has launched an amazing resource that any charity can use to improve people’s wellbeing. Even (and especially) when delivering services online.
3 steps to using NoCode well
Having interviewed three charities on their use of NoCode, we look at the themes that emerge.
The pros and cons of cloud accounting
What cloud accounting is. How it can help you. What can go wrong.