Many nonprofits, especially small organizations, are not aware of the potential benefits of providing appropriate tech tools to their staff.
An article on data visualization for nonprofits, by Sustainable Digital's founder Bob Lawson, recently appeared in the newsletter of the Marlboro Graduate School’s Center for New Leadership.
Bob Lawson will present a session entitled Five Ways to Work Faster with Project Management Software at SIT's Lewy Global Education Technology Forum.
Selection of a Content Management System to power your next website is among the most important decisions you will make in the relaunch of your website.
Nonprofit organizations can receive free assistance with technology thanks to a partnership between Common Good Vermont and Sustainable Digital
Sustainable Digital was pleased to work with three organizations in southeast Asia in October and November.
Sustainable Digital founder, Bob Lawson, was recently featured in a webcast discussing the uses of technology in nonprofit operations and the benefits of improved digital communication.
A Sustainable Digital article discussing the benefits of new technology for nonprofit organizations was recently featured on Common Good Vermont.
This recent article from Nonprofit Tech for Good lays out a list of 12 reasons nonprofits should be skeptical about social media.
Working for a nonprofit has many rewards, but you have to agree that there are never seems enough hours in the day to accomplish all you need to accomplish.
With the launch of Sustainable Digital’s new website, we seek to highlight the work we do in both digital communication and technology.
Nonprofit Tech for Good has published a list of 28 useful reports related to nonprofit fundraising and social media.
The survey is designed to capture data around how NGOs, nonprofits and charities are utilizing digital technology to support their missions.
Companies, not just people, can be active on LinkedIn and companies include nonprofit organizations.
We all know that social media channels are not all the same, but we may not be aware what makes LinkedIn (and to a lesser extent Twitter) quite different from the others.
There is no substitute for good work, both for you and your nonprofit. But there is no need to wait years for the world to recognize the good work that you do.
Technology shouldn’t be seen as solving problems. Instead, it should be seen as a tool to assist in our ongoing efforts to solve problems.
Some interesting findings are in a new report from the Public Interest Registry and Nonprofit Tech for Good
With an ever-growing number of marketing channels, it’s increasingly likely that non-designers in your organization will be called on to do graphic design.
For those faced with writing regular content for websites, blogs or social media for nonprofits and NGOs, I thought I’d share a few of the lessons I learned along the way.