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There’s some great sense and insights in this piece about the principles needed for leadership in the digital age, from the Ontario Digital Service, a wing of the Ontario public service. The principles that the piece’s author Sameer Vasta identifies are: Obsess about the user Be agile and iterative Work out loud Be unreasonably aspirational […]
A debate that seems unkillable, in my work at least, is whether a new microsite should be created for each new campaign. Often it comes with a request for a completely new domain name too. This ‘Just say no to microsites’ article from Tanzen Consulting talks through the many pitfalls involved with creating microsites, and […]
Digital Charity Lab took a bit of a hiatus from events for the first half of this year, due to my workload with Barnardos and volunteering for Together for Yes. But now our events are back (BACK!) with something very different to kick it all off… What: Interactive workshop in Design Thinking When: Monday 10th […]
Ask Direct have a really generous offer for Digital Charity Lab subscribers – 20% off the ticket price for their Fundraising Summer School conference, which takes place this year on the 12th and 13th of July. I attended the Summer School last year and found it to be excellent; with world class speakers and a […]
There’s a great piece in Third Sector by John Dunford of the Developer Society about the questions that non-techies need to run through when planning a digital project. It’s got really sound and straightforward advice about how you can adapt your usual planning processes to work for a digital project. Read the article on thirdsector.co.uk.
Google announced their tough new rules for Google Grant accounts back in December, and they’ve recently started cracking down. I’ve heard from many organisations that their accounts have been disabled, sometimes multiple times. It’s not always about the new rules – some accounts are being suspended because no-one has logged in for over a month. […]