An app and car windscreen holder that turns your phone into a dash cam, still lets you use Google maps, and uploads recordings to the storage of your choice.
A new product development process that is designed to work for charities, taking into account the particular constraints and underlying assumptions of charities.
A framework for asking better questions. The framework would help researchers, designers, product managers, etc., create well-defined questions that get better answers
An army of Twitter bots that promote positive change in society.
Sign-up for a daily email which tells you which ‘international day of x’ is happening tomorrow and suggests a few things you can do to contribute.
A resource library for modern digital working practices for charities. Including lightweight governance, agile planning, feedback loops, retros, show and tells, etc., etc. Perhaps building on CAST’s open working toolkit.
Add private hashtags to tweets to allow you to search and sort tweets.
Promoting and sharing the ‘soft’ life skills that give people superpowers. Things like patience, dealing with failure, controlling your impulses.
Helps you read books by telling you how long each chapter will take to read, schedule time to read it, and prompt you if you didn’t.
A keyboard without letters, only words. Some kind of copy/paste and predictive text interface.