We’ve been working with Pula to build a technical system that supports their work with farmers in Malawi and Zambia.
We're offering free 45 minute workshops at the Bond Conference in London, March 20-21. We can help plan your project and offer advice on the best next steps.
We've created an event registration service and data collection tool. This has enabled organisations, in the San Francisco Bay area to help more people gain access to citizenship advice.
Do you want to use your designs skills for Good? Would you like to be part of an employee-managed, non-hierarchical organisation for social benefit? If so, join us!
Last year we teamed up with the International Planned Parenthood Federation and London school of Hygiene and tropical medicine to launch their 3 year innovation project
Martin Belcher, Marko Samastur and I travelled to India in February to work with Pradan who work in the poorest districts of India, transforming lives...
Maps! we have had the pleasure of working on lots of them. I caught up with Hamish who has been working on 3 map projects over the last year.
Asking how do we do it effectively? why are the so many out there? What are the tools we can use to evaluate intervention?
How do we get people involved in the end product? How can end users be part of creating the product? and How do we add participation into an Agile process?
We all thoroughly enjoyed Apticon last week. It was great to see old friends of Aptivate, meet some new people and have most of our team together.
In the past few years we have seen how our end users are getting better access to the internet, particularly on mobile devices and this trend is growing.
A vital step in any design process is to think about the end users. At the end of a project it would not have been a success if the users are not engaged or the user experience has not been enhanced.
We are working with Indigo trust exploring data which gives insight into who has been funding who. This project is called 360 giving and It’s a 5 year project with an ‘ambition for open philanthropy in the UK’. Its still got a way to go but they have already created a new data standard.
Balsamiq is a great tool for making mockups. I have been using it for a couple of years and find it great for quickly getting rough ideas down and communicating layouts with the rest of the team and with clients.
Alan has got us hooked on his Mexican delights! Were always looking for new lunch ideas and our latest craze consits of Nachos, refried beans, chilli and burritos! Here's how we manage to make them in our humble kitchen with only a rice cooker and a microwave.
From the start we have been focused on the appropriate use of IT for international development. We are now working with a whole host of clients and partners around the world and have done some amazing work!
Atin November we invited visitors to enter our competition to win a Loband website review. The winner has been drawn and the prize goes to