Tech Trust was established 16 years ago to explore ways charities could embrace technology and the internet for social good.
We believe that by being the best, most trusted source for UK charities to gain insight into, education on and access to digital solutions, we can really accelerate charitable impact in the years to come.
This is the second of our articles running through the most useful features available to charities as part of the discounted Adobe Creative Cloud ‘all-apps’ plan.
This time, we’re running through 3 of Adobe’s most useful products for web design – Photoshop, Spark and Dreamweaver.
Microsoft have produced another post talking through some key points raised in their Tech4good day. This one focuses on social media, specifically LinkedIn.
Microsoft Tech4good events provide a great opportunity for charities to network and find out about all that Microsoft has to offer.
If you weren’t able to make the last one, don’t worry, we’ve rounded up all the topics discussed and will be sharing them all with you.
Tech for Good and the Public Interest Registry have teamed up to bring you some of the most useful relevant stats regarding charities’ presence in the digital world.
To save you working through the whole thing, we’ve rounded the key numbers and changes since last year for you!
Webinars are growing in popularity in the business marketing world. It’s now starting to take-off in the charity sector as people realise it’s a great way to share knowledge and communicate your organisations goals.
This article runs through some of the ways a webinar might be useful for you and what to consider if you chose to conduct one. That way you can make an informed decision before you invest the time.