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April 2014: Mobile

  • How to Plan a Mobile App Project

    What are some of the major things to consider when designing a mobile app? From determining whether to do a native app or mobile web, to defining content, to thinking through revenue and donation options - learn what your nonprofit should be thinking of if you're planning to create an app in the near future.
  • Connecting Healthcare to Underserved Communities with Crowdfunding & Mobile

    In Nepal, an estimated 75 infants and 12 women die in childbirth every day, many of them needlessly due to inadequate care. The problem isn’t care. It’s coordination. Hope Phones by Medic Mobile and Samahope are working together to bridge that gap.

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  • Effective Modern Technology is Always a Work in Progress

    In January 2013, the Communities of Impact kicked off with a retreat at Microsoft Headquarters in Redmond, WA. While there, we held a Failfaire-style conversation about times when our best-laid plans went awry. For one participant, this was a chance to reflect on how a massive project taught him that “there really is no such thing as an end result.”
  • Career Reflections: My Biggest Data Fail

    Peter Campbell of Legal Services Corporation shares his biggest data fail, and what he'd do differently now.
  • Engagement-Oriented Organizing, Enabled by Data

    Greenpeace's MobLab helps the organization transition into an era of people-powered campaigns. The right set of tools and an active social profile is helping Greenpeace to better support its community with campaigns that are community driven.

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