Data visualisation tools are extremely useful for clearly communicating information both within the charity and to external donors or clients.
Luckily, there are options available to charities which offer cost-effective and user-friendly interfaces for getting this done.
Creating a new website can seem intimidating with the vast amount of content already out there.
Your charities’ voice deserves to be heard, so this little checklist is to help walk you through it.
At Charity Digital Exchange we’re keen to know how charities make use of products taken from our donation programme. With over 30,000 registered, that’s a lot of charities doing a lot of great stuff.
This month we’ve looked into health service charities, conducting surveys and interviews across multiple organisations.
The latest versions of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements are now available as a bundle through the Charity Digital Exchange donation programme.
The previous version, Photoshop Elements 14 and Premiere Elements 14 are now available as part of the TechSoup Boost subscription free from admin fee.
To work out which package makes most sense for you, here’s a brief overview of the main features included in the Photoshop Elements 15 & Premiere Elements 15 that aren’t in the previous incarnation:
Some of the benefits of Adobe Creative Cloud compared to the Creative Suite, written especially with charities in mind.
It contains a couple of links to really useful resources for Adobe design software, which should help you design visual media to benefit your organisation.
From today, eligible UK charities can access special discounts on two different versions of Adobe Creative Cloud.
Through our Charity Digital Exchange programme, eligible charities could already access donated licences of Adobe Acrobat Pro and Photoshop Elements 13 and Premiere Elements 13 , but the new discounted plans will make a much wider range of creative software affordable for more charitable organisations.