On Tuesday 12 May, history was made with the first ever remote division (vote) in the House of Commons. How does remote voting work, what were the challenges, and what’s next? PDS Director of Software Engineering tells the story.
Here's what our head of social media learnt when shadowing her counterparts at Scottish Parliament.
By forming a ‘CrossGov Digital Business Partner’ group, a PDS team hopes to build a sustainable support network, share success stories and navigate difficult terrain that comes with the job.
Two members from the PDS User-Centred Design team went to a leading industry event in the user experience field. Here's what they discovered.
Parliament Live attracts millions of viewers who want to watch parliamentary debates and committee meetings as they happen. So why are we changing something that's working well?
How should we define success? The performance analyst team in PDS has been working on a way to help teams measure performance of Parliament's websites.
In a companion piece to our blog post about Apple Macs, Craig Birtles explains how Windows devices are being updated more frequently to keep them safe and performing at their best.
Lucy Crouch started in PDS recently and describes what it's like to work in the fast-paced world of social media.
We wanted to find out what is happening in the world of search, so a PDS product manager and performance analyst went to Brighton to see how we could use the latest tools to perform better in online searches.
What are the drawbacks of using an Apple Mac in our security-conscious workplace and can they be overcome? Sean Brazier, Head of Device Management, explains the challenges.
PDS has set up clubs around services to help users achieve their goals, and the impact is making a difference.