This post takes me back to the Summer of 2020. I had a problem to solve and turned to no-code to help produce a quick proof of concept. Firstly, what’s no code? No-code is a set of tools that allow you to create websites, apps and software all without writing a single line of code. […]
Sometimes you need a place to have a quick dip and find an activity that will help you and your team think about things a little differently. We’re building a bank of activities that you can use to help you with your digital projects, to understand a problem, or to get to the bottom of […]
For a project with a large NGO, Bobi reached out to contacts that were apart of the Government Digital Service at the start to see what lesson could be learnt. The suggestions were so good, she shares them here.
A community space so people attending BeMoreDigital events can chat, see upcoming events, and access our resource library (coming soon).
Sharing problems in a group can make you feel vulnerable… So, in order to keep our monthly hour in place it’s been adapted to be a bookable 15 minutes slots.
I started my day today with a DigiShift session. This months theme was about strategies to de-risk digital activities ( link to watch the full session to be added soon). During the post session discussion one of the speakers, Raymond O’Hayre from Engage, said that he and his team try to encourage a ‘think digital’ […]
Since starting BeMoreDigital, I have focused on developing a range of Free and affordable methods to help you improve your skills and confidence in digital ways of working. One of the ways I’ve done this is to share the activities that I develop for Bespoke Workshops booked. Now, I’m building a collection of activities designed […]
Back in the Summer of 2020 I reached out to Emma (Beyond Profit) to collaborate on an exercise for one of the sessions in the 6 week test. It was so much fun that when I started thinking about how to help bring quality courses from different experiences to you, Emma was the first buddy I thought of.
When we’re busy we seem to get a bit blinkered and force ourselves to keep racing to the next thing to do. Three Little Pigs is an activity to help you reflect.
How do you juggle all the things you have to do without dropping a ball? And how can you do it with free / low cost tools?