Fundamentally, your website needs to achieve two distinct objectives: showcase what your charity does and provide visitors with a rich, yet easy-to-use, experience, allowing them to find what they need and complete desired actions securely.
The Christmas advert has become quite the event over recent years with brands tapping into the festive feel-good factor. And then along came 2020.
At Giant, we feel that this year it is more important than ever to do what we can to support others.
If you’re busy planning your next fundraising campaign or preparing your strategy for the upcoming season you should be mindful of Compassion Fatigue. Let me explain why.
We are looking for a Junior UX Researcher to join our team.
Appointed as Macular Society’s digital partner, Giant will design and redevelop the charity’s digital assets to help its fight against macular disease.
Yesterday, we hosted the latest Alt+ Thought Experiment on the digital donor experience.
The organisation’s journey to becoming carbon neutral is the first in a series of changes to be more socially and ethically focused.
On 28th April, the Alt+ community joined us for the latest instalment of Alt+ Webinars to explore our take on the post-pandemic world.
We’re exploring how a new era of charitable giving might be just around the corner and how you will need to plan for it.
Encouraging positive change with technology is so much more than a 9-5 job and we’re pledging our commitment to ‘do our bit’.
We've changed our name to match out ambition. Formerly FARM Digital, we have become Giant.
At FARM, we dedicate our work to pioneering cause-related projects with a mission to incite positive change and have seen first hand the impact that technology can have on people’s lives.
Approximately one in five people donate to a charity using a mobile phone at least once a month and 37% make an annual donation.