i-Well is a digital well-being project for adults with learning disabilities. As part of the project workshops have been delivered in Wigan, Liverpool and Trafford.
Working for Wigan S.T.E.A.M. we researched, wrote the the copy for and designed an educational leaflet that explores key heritage topics from their local area.
Our introductory blogging sessions takes people through the tech skills and writing knowledge needed to get them started on their blogging journey!
We've crowdsourced and delivered digital storytelling activities to an international multi-disciplinary research & development arts project.
Our partnership with Wigan S.T.E.A.M has seen us use creative learning and technology to support their deliver of STEM subjects through the Arts.
Working with Liverpool Radical Film Festival team, wehearttech C.I.C. redeveloped the group's website ahead of their 2015 annual festival.
A commission from Curious Minds to develop digital capacity in libraries across the North West, by coordinating and delivering a workshop series.
A commission from the Halton Heritage Partnership to develop the long-term sustainability of a collaborative approach to heritage-based communications.
We devised a communications strategy, redeveloped their website and social media, and delivered capacity building workshops.
Working closely with SKILS CIC, we filmed a range of nomination videos for a Volunteer recognition event. Well done to all nominees and winners!
Think Mad Hatter's tea parties with a few gadgets thrown in, and you have Tea & Tech. This project introduces people to the digital world in social environments.
Digital Shake is a digital inclusion and media advocacy project for adults with learning disabilities. The project was funded by Awards for All.
A one-day training course for Digital Champions that equipped them with the skills to deliver creative digital literacy learning activities.
Our team worked with Olga Snell - an talented digital artist - to create her a website through which she can sell her stunning digital collages to the world.
Working with the fabulous Get It Loud In Libraries, wehearttech C.I.C. are training young producers to use digital media to document live music events.
Since participating in the Impact48 City of Readers weekend, we've provided the City of Readers' team with a bit of tech support to 'tweek' the site.
We work with the Liverpool Radical Documentary Film Festival to co-organise some of their events and to write funding bids with them.
We collaborated with Bradford City Council to help them evaluate a couple of projects that they had been running under the PREVENT agenda.
One of our Directors - Hayley - worked with the Department of Philosophy at The University of Liverpool and Splendid Things to produce a series of promo videos.
Working with Professor Karen Ross, our team produced a series of short documentaries on the contributions of contemporary radical women to Liverpool.