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David Bull

David Bull

Leading Strategy and Policy Development at New Philanthropy Capital (NPC)


David Bull

David works on a variety of NPC’s research and consulting projects, supporting charity, funder and government clients such as Mind, the Stone Family Foundation and Arts Council England. David takes a particular interest in the way that the public, private and voluntary sectors interact—from the increasing engagement of charities with public sector commissioning, to the advent of new forms of social finance.


The tech for good collective: Working together for the common good

Tech for good is a vibrant and exciting piece of the digital puzzle, but it’s also fragmented, subscale and not yet mainstream. Can social sector folk who champion digital and developers that care about social impact work together more to create critical mass out of their individual passions? If so, how do we do this?

Workshop: Practical steps for achieving collective digital transformation

This session will present approaches to collectively delivering digital transformation in challenging, change-resistant environments. Using their work in the social sector as a back-drop, and including examples from sub-sectors like delivering services for older people and advice provision, it will present some key techniques and approaches we can draw on to supercharge the work people are already doing for maximum impact.

Working with Sigma’s Head of Experience Design, Chris Bush, you’ll learn about mapping the challenges and benefits within an organisation or sector, defining user personas and user journeys to support digital transformation, and evaluating open source and common platforms that can help to realise organisational goals.

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It’s our 5th birthday, and we’re lining up our biggest and best event yet. Over two days you’ll see some inspirational speakers, attend practical, hands-on workshops and network with peers from one of the UK’s most vibrant digital communities.

The main event in Manchester Town Hall brings you talks from world-class speakers in our industry on topics such as accessibility and inclusive design, the Internet of Things and product interface UX, optimising the user experience and CRO.

There is also an optional pre-event workshops day in Manchester Central Library on the 16th March where you can choose a seminar in the morning and one in the afternoon, focusing on action-oriented takeaways in small groups.

  • Industry-leading speakers
  • Network with 500 of your fellow designers, developers, and UXers
  • Proper, hearty networking lunch
  • Tea, coffee and snacks throughout the day
  • Access to videos of all sessions
  • Awesome after party with free welcome drink