We talk to Deb Verhoeven - speaker, researcher, film-lover, data wonk and gender equality commando - about finding a world without domination and how she is using data to take on gender offenders in Australia’s Film industry.
Clayton Christensen died this week. We've been using his concepts of disruptive innovation and his Jobs-To-Be-Done theory for years. This is a brief farewell to someone who was, by all accounts, a generous and thoughtful soul.
One of the trickiest parts to nail on the Business Model Canvas is the most crucial part: the value proposition at the centre. We outline a step-by-step process to work out your specific value proposition – the product or service you offer that creates value in a customer’s life – using the Value Proposition Canvas
The Business Model Canvas is a strategic management template that helps businesses to describe, design and analyse their business models. This article explains the basics of the Business Model Canvas, describes why it’s useful, how to use it and provides a downloadable template of the canvas.
Which works best for your situation: angel investors, crowdfunding, venture capitalists, grants? Explore the differences between these funding sources and a range of unique fundraising ideas for various situations. If you want to avoid business loans, these options can help you find funding.
Open data – detailed, freely available information – opens the way to many kinds of projects. Visualisations and analytics add value to it for use or resale. Public and community sector organisations, academics, governments and researchers can discover trends and needs. The possibilities are as varied as the data
The IC has been working with one of Australia's major art institutions, the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA), to envision and execute a digital transformation project. In an initial discovery phase, we collaborated with our colleagues Suzanne Boccalatte and Martin Ford at Boccalatte to uncover and envision what this change might mean.
A museum website contains a vast amount of detailed information, from previews of collections and exhibits, to visitor guides, research and donor lists. Information architecture provides the means to structure this huge array of content in a logical fashion, making it a vital part of museum website design that will ensure users find everything they are looking for without a clunky or overwhelming site design.