Gavin Elliott from the Department for Work and Pensions recently came to PDS to talk about imposter syndrome and mental health issues. He talked about the importance of getting help and why it's good to talk.
Loraine talks about her career in Parliament, what it feels like to find out you're being given an MBE, and why her careers advisor was right all along.
Some of PDS went to the first ever One Team Government event. It was a chance to talk about how to make government better by working together and many of the topics applied to Parliament. Laurence and Rebecca talk about what they learned at the event.
Charlie Browne, a House reporter for Hansard, has blogged about the common questions she gets about her job.
An update from UK Parliament's Editor-in-Chief, Carrie Kleiner, introducing the new House of Lords portraits following on from the success of the MP portraits project back in summer 2017.
PDS does a lot of stuff. As our user research team is relatively small, we need to prioritise what work we focus our attention on. We also need to find other ways of supporting the rest of the work done by PDS.
Hannah Ufland talks about the recent cyber security event and how it never crossed her mind that it would be her that would be learning something.
Ben Woodhams has been seconded to PDS to help design the data models that will underpin Parliament’s new website. He explains what this all means and why there should only be one John Prescott in data terms.
Laurence Grinyer talks about the common misconception that design is only about aesthetics.
Rosie Hatton talks about the work we're doing to create a personal way for staff to relate to the digital strategy. We’ve created something called I AM PARLIAMENT to help staff take ownership of the strategy.