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Creative Choices: How to Plan your Technical Proposition

This article is from Creative Choices > Digital Culture resource – for people working on digital projects in the cultural and educational sectors. Have you considered and are you able to describe the technologies that your project will use? During the planning stage of a project, you’ll be expected to produce an outline of the […]

Creative Choices: How To Plan a User Experience

This article is from Creative Choices > Digital Culture resource – for people working on digital projects in the cultural and educational sectors. One of the key pieces of planning to undertake before starting a project is to sketch out what the typical experience of users will be. Apart from helping funders to understand your […]

Terms & Conditions for websites that include user generated content

Your website may have user generated content (UGC) in forums, blogs, comments, or you may even ask your website users to upload their own music, videos, pictures and other digital creations. If you don’t use a platform-based website (like for example ning, which has its own terms and conditions), then you’ll need to consider a […]

Privacy Policies for websites

Guide: When building a website, you need to ensure that any users/purchasers agree to your Privacy Policy, as well as to your other contractual terms and conditions, before using your website or submitting personal details to you. Our partners Own-IT have developed an example Privacy Policy together with introductory guidance for the policy’s usage.

Terms and Conditions for websites

Any website needs a set of Terms and Conditions that protect you against any liability. Together with our IP partners Own-IT, we have come up with a set of example Terms and Conditions and introductory guidance notes for how to use them. Please do consult a lawyer if you’re unsure about the suitability of these […]

The Bluecoat (Video case study 2008)

Video case study: The Bluecoat in Liverpool has recently undergone not just a large building programme and refurbishment but changes in its organisation and focus. At an early stage in its redevelopment, the Bluecoat’s chief executive Alastair Upton realised that digital development was a vital part of this change.