Royal Television Awards 2018 - Innovation Award
Tech4Good Community Award 2018 - Runner-up  


When you're looking back at your own projects, you can choose a wide range of techniques to review what's happened and whether it's turned out as you wanted. Digital Voice always evaluates our own projects, and we're happy to help other organizations use media methods for their own evaluation.

Approaches which have worked well include:

  • brief video interviews with participants every so often capturing what's worked, what hasn't, what changes have resulted
  • blog diaries drawing on stills, animation, artwork, text, video clips
  • DVD compilations showing a project underway and recording comments from participants

Not only are these enjoyable and memorable - they can save you lots of paperwork as well!

Project RSS Feed
  • Items 1-4 of 4
  • CELL (Changing Environment Landscape Laboratory)

    Recently we have completed a film project with North Pennines AONB Partnership. Over nine months we documented the community involvement of young people in an environmental project.

    View Case Study
  • A Digital Voice for Gateshead

    Groups use innovative media project to inform others about services.

    View Case Study
  • Images for Change Gateshead

    Giving a voice to the young people of Teams Community Centre in Gateshead.

    View Case Study
  • The Bully Book

    Raising awareness of bullying and racism and dealing with those all important issues.

    View Case Study
  • Items 1-4 of 4