Paul Harvey-Douglas studied English and his first job was selling adverts on a local newspaper. He's written about how he went from a cub reporter to a content designer in PDS.
We recently held our third PDS values day and this time we focused on community, what it means for us, and why it matters.
Franny Gant writes about bringing everyone together for user research for a recent project and why it's important to have the right people in the room.
Naresh is a performance analyst and presenting data in a clear and organised way is crucial in his job. He's written about what good and bad visualisations look like.
Jane McCarthy reflects on how her team completed a complex programme with very tight timescales and how the team culture got them through a challenging piece of work (as well as lots of cake).
Bridget Keam is a data architect for corporate data in PDS. We spoke to her about her job, what she does, and why she enjoys working in tech.
We recently completed a project with the Parliamentary Archives to create a new website and we talk about the lessons we learned in this blog post.
Emily Turner recently spent some time with the content team and she's written about the overlaps between digital content and explaining Parliament to young people.
We recently held another of our values days. This time we focused on confidence and the different ways you can have confidence in work. Rachel Christopher and Julie Byrne have blogged about the day itself.
Jenny Radcliffe is a senior change and communications manager in PDS. She did a film and cultural studies degree so you might be wondering how she ended up doing this job, which is why she's written this blog post.
We've recently been looking to improve how our users get their software and hardware when they join Parliament. Dan Barrett and Sian Hodges have written about the last eight weeks of work, what they did, and what they learned.