Molly Watt and Chris Bush from Sigma came to PDS to talk about the benefits of designing inclusive services and bust a few myths about accessibility and disabilities.
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.
Jack Craig has blogged about the choices we made when choosing our new typeface for the beta website.
UK Parliament has a new visual identity and we wanted to share our process behind collaborating and developing the new look for UK Parliament.
We're celebrating Sign Language Week with some BSL parliamentary signs, thanks to Elisabeth Ward who's learning BSL for her 10% time.
Elisabeth Ward has been learning BSL for her 10% time. We've recorded a video of her telling us more about it, using BSL of course.
A few weeks ago, four members of our user research team took a long train ride to Neath in Wales. Their destination was the Digital Accessibility Centre (DAC) to do accessibility testing for our digital services. Here's what we learned.
Elisabeth Ward has written about the importance of editing and why using fewer words can improve your writing.
Barbara Collery, a user researcher, went to a GDS accessibility meeting which made her realise the importance of building accessible websites and services. She's written about what PDS is doing to make sure everyone can access our new website.
Holly is the Deputy Head of Public Information in the House of Commons. Holly was invited along to join a team consisting of staff from the Digital Service, our partner fluxx and other House staff from the Lords and the Commons in a two day rapid prototyping event called “Rapid Start.”