Charity Digital Views
As digital platforms become part of the fabric of life, charities have a responsibility to be the guardians of children and vulnerable adults online.
Charities are legally responsible for meeting accessibility standards online, but most don't. Digital accessibility expert Carlos Eriksson of Studio 24 explains what they can do to fix it, starting now.
Bridgit Richards, CAF, argues that many charities are missing out on digital innovations when it comes to their investments - it's time for that to change.
As we launch the Charity Digital Skills Report survey asking charities to give their views on the ethical challenges posed by technology, Zoe Amar considers how the charity sector should tackle some of its trickiest ethical questions around digital.
Ahead of their webinar next week, Tracey Gyateng and Christine Henry, DataKind UK, lay out the top five tips for ethical charity digital projects.
Every charity deserves a chance to learn how to ‘do’ digital services - CAST's free Design Hops give them that chance, as tech for good specialist Joe Roberson explains.
Carolyn Nutkins will talk through Parkinsons UK's large scale digital transformation and how they kept staff and volunteers at its heart.
In the first of a new series focusing on the principles of the Charity Digital Code, Zoe Amar speaks to Age UK's Lara Burns about what lessons can be taken from the 'Leadership' principle of the Code.
Through a light-hearted experiment, CAF'S Rhodri Davies shows that even the smallest charities can play with AI bots without needing specialist knowledge or breaking the bank.
Phil Draper, CEO of email marketing platform dotmailer, explains how charities like Asthma UK are innovating on their campaigns to revolutionise health education.