Mapping UNEG Norms and Standards 2005-2016

Mapping UNEG Norms and Standards 2005-2016

 UNEG Norms and Standards 2005   UNEG Norms and Standards 2016 Norm 1: Definition NORM 1 Internationally agreed principles, goals and targets Norm 2: Responsibility for evaluation NORM 13 Responsibility for

The Art of Evaluation

A celebration of creative approaches to evaluation design and communication

8 ideas for visualising evaluation

The emerging field of Data Visualization invites us to explore its countless possibilities to foster information sharing, analysis and learning in any discipline. Here are some of the potential uses

The 24 most common Theories of Change

In our evaluation work we often have to reconstruct the hidden theories of change under by organisations and programmes. Whilst these are different for each case, they tend to reflect

3 types of evaluator

What type of evaluator is your preference? Positivist, Constructivist or Transformative? Quiz created by: Sara Vaca and Joseph Barnes as part of our EvalYear Project. This quiz has been made


Many people consider the London Underground Map designed by Harry Beck to be a modern design classic. Famed for its clarity and ease-of-use, his work has inspired hundreds of transport

Real World Participation in Evaluation

Editor’s Note: this is a guest Blog Post by Chris Morris. Chris interviewed us some time ago for his Master’s thesis. We thought that his findings were something worth sharing,

Humble Design for a Social World

In our presentation of the J-Frame, we refer to “social design” as distinct from “total design”. Total design is a term we use to describe the world view of design

Programme Sustainability Model [HEURISTIC]

Based on our experience of designing and evaluating development initiatives, there are three elements that are critical for the sustainability of programmes. DRIVING FORCE The source of energy and momentum

J-Frame Design Model [HEURISTIC]

The J-Frame is a model that we use to guide our design work and to choose approaches that are appropriate for the ‘social space’ (context) into which we are designing.