Online on a shoestringtime and cost effective digital projectsRick Lawrence, digital media officerat the Royal Albert Memo...
Having an idea is the start…• Does your management grasp and support theidea?• Does it fit with your governance and aims?•...
Clear objectives• Can you capture it in one sentence?• Can you demonstrate innovation andimpact?• Is it sustainable?
Getting the funding• Identify possible funding early• Is the funding call right for your project?• Is there a better oppor...
Planning•Not just a budget•Resources are people too•How clear is the crystal ball?
Help!• Use your stakeholders’ experience• Partnerships• Colleagues and courses• Partnerships
Moor Stories – an example•The grand plan•The less grand plan•The plan we implemented
Basics•Getting the cash•Agreeing the project plan•1,2,3 - go!
Hitting the speed bumps•Risk management in practice•Support and negotiation•With friends like these…
Journey’s end• Three months• £6,250• RAMM, University of Exeter and 1010 Media• Close project
Look to the future•Reporting and reviewing•While it’s fresh tell people•Next steps
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Quick digital projects

  1. 1. Online on a shoestringtime and cost effective digital projectsRick Lawrence, digital media officerat the Royal Albert Memorial Museum& Art Gallery, Exeter
  2. 2. Having an idea is the start…• Does your management grasp and support theidea?• Does it fit with your governance and aims?• How does it support your activity plan• Will it divert resources• Is it the right time?Is it a goodidea?
  3. 3. Clear objectives• Can you capture it in one sentence?• Can you demonstrate innovation andimpact?• Is it sustainable?
  4. 4. Getting the funding• Identify possible funding early• Is the funding call right for your project?• Is there a better opportunity coming up?
  5. 5. Planning•Not just a budget•Resources are people too•How clear is the crystal ball?
  6. 6. Help!• Use your stakeholders’ experience• Partnerships• Colleagues and courses• Partnerships
  7. 7. Moor Stories – an example•The grand plan•The less grand plan•The plan we implemented
  8. 8. Basics•Getting the cash•Agreeing the project plan•1,2,3 - go!
  9. 9. Hitting the speed bumps•Risk management in practice•Support and negotiation•With friends like these…
  10. 10. Journey’s end• Three months• £6,250• RAMM, University of Exeter and 1010 Media• Close project
  11. 11. Look to the future•Reporting and reviewing•While it’s fresh tell people•Next steps

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