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.
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.
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.
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.
Laboni Paul is a performance analyst and has written about what the job involves but also how analysts can be used better in product teams.
Sara Reis has been a data analyst in the data and search team for eight months. She's blogged about her job, what she's learned and what she enjoys about it.
We set ourselves five goals before the release of an online petitioning service. Now that the petitioning deadline has passed, Lopa Vadgama looks at how the service is doing.
We had a good go at sticking to our 2017 blogging resolutions, but like a lot of people, our intentions didn't quite live up to reality. So we're looking back at what went well last year and what we could do better in 2018.
We’re building a new data service for Parliament and an important component of it is our triple store, also known as a Graph Database. Matthieu Bosquet explains what this is and what it means for data in Parliament.
It’s Hansard’s sixth blog post, so we're going to give you six interesting (we think they are) Hansard stats. That’s right. Numbers.