Regardless of the type of business you are in, you are most likely noticing a recent influx of emails from companies like Google and Facebook letting you know about updates to their Privacy settings. This is because the EU’s new
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Welcome to the first in a series of digital advice blogs for non-profits, charities or NGOs. We have started with a general overview, which will be followed by more in depth blogs that take you into specific tools and techniques.
This blog is brought to you by a basic truth in the world of digital technology: the more easy to use, simply designed (with a clean, clear graphical UI), and painfree any kind of digital interface/service is – from apps
Increasingly, not for profit organisations in the social services sector and in local government are being asked to demonstrate the impact and outcomes of their services on their user groups or clients. Finding effective ways of doing this can be
Before you fret, I’m not suggesting you start prodding your pinkies into people’s pockets in public places to pinch purses. No, by “Pick Pocket” I’m recommending that you begin using the fantastically useful application: Pocket. Essentially, the application allows a
I recently had a week away from the office to attend Webstock 14. The opening video presentation promised a lot. Put your notebook away, sit back and enjoy the show! Was it worthwhile? We can often get bogged down by
It’s in the stats. More and more people are using mobile devices to browse the web. This means throwing out old ideas of fixed width designs and adopting something with a little more flexibility so everyone can enjoy the web.
By now you have probably heard or seen news about the Google Glass tool that is one of the most significant steps into the world of ‘wearable computing’. Google Glass attaches to the right side of a special glasses frame