Podnosh Impact Assessment App
Capture how you help people and turn their stories into data.
Working with government, housing and the third sector since 2005
We teach you practical ways to use open data and data skills to help with funding, report on needs and demonstrate value.
Working with communities and partners to improve perceptions of safety across neighbourhoods.
Social Media Surgeries
Boost digital skills and network public servants with each other, active citizens and communities.
Consultation to Conversation
Moving old methods of consultation to a more inclusive, conversational approach.
Sometimes you need to just trust people when they say come on a journey. That’s what we did when UnLtd (a lab partner) invited us to Hastings for a thunderously damp day-and-a-bit by the sea learning journey. The heavens opened and ideas poured in. Lorna Prescott, Louise Cannon and Nick Booth… Read more
These are notes from Commscamp 2018, held in Birmingham 12th July 2018. Session: Public Health Campaigns The general view is that public health messages often fall flat. One public health team not keen on meeting the public, instead they do a leaflet. Often the message comes better from the GP,… Read more
I often use the phrase ‘loop of generosity’ to describe the good stuff I see happen in communities. It sits at the root of the most enjoyable work we get to do. But what is it? I think it is elegantly described by Terry Pratchett in A Hat Full of… Read more
These are just notes from a session at the Locality Convention 2017. Meena Bharadwa introduced the session and explained that locality has a place to link real community groups into the academic research on this subject and translate between the two. She briefly reminded us that Community Wellbeing is Complex.… Read more
“Podnosh are huge fun to work with. If you get the chance, grab it.”
– Kate Cooper, New Optimists Forum
“Educating everyone from my Director to officers in the team… Podnosh helped us know what social media was and create conversations with people.”
– Richard Brown, Birmingham City Council