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.
On 9th July 2001 six publishers signed the statement of intent that led to the development of Hinari, which provides developing countries with free or low-cost access to academic content.
Aptivate have been involved in its development since 2006.
Last year, Aptivate led a consortium of researchers and practitioners to explore the role of technology in citizen-engagement and participation in the development sector
How we at Aptivate help organisations and NGOs develop software applications using the iterative development approach called Agile in a user-centred approach
I'm excited to be travelling to Washington DC today to take part in a 3 day USAID co-creation workshop.
Participatory and practical workshop this week on effective evaluation of digital citizen engagement...
Are you an NGO struggling with questions or problems about using technology? Join us for lunch and take advantage of our expert team to help you. For free!
A month on, some interesting thoughts on ICTD2015 from an Aptivater who attended for the first time.
The bi-annual ICTD conference comes to Singapore this May, exploring issues relating to the use of information, communication technologies...
Are you motivated by using technology to improve people’s lives? We are hiring an Agile Project Manager
Technology for monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL): we need to address complexity, interoperability and affordability.
The Open Contracting Data Standard is launched next week. We're celebrating our work on the standard itself, and the website.
Come and meet the Aptivate team at the Bond annual NGO conference and exhibition 2014 in London on November 10th.
Last week I was lucky enough to go to Los Angeles to participate in the California Non-Profit Technology Festival run by Aspiration Tech (www.aspirationtech.org).
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.
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
In this time of austerity DFID has maintained its commitment to spend 0.7% of UK gross national income on aid. Making aid spending more transparent is an excellent aim but it requires better data collection and more of it. At Aptivate we are considering the burden this places on small NGOs and what IT can do to help.