In the second in our series about life as a new starter during the pandemic, we talk to a multimedia producer in our social media team.
Here's what our head of social media learnt when shadowing her counterparts at Scottish Parliament.
Lucy Crouch started in PDS recently and describes what it's like to work in the fast-paced world of social media.
Vanda Ladeira has always loved solving puzzles and moving images. She's written about how she went from studying pharmacy to making films and encouraging filmmakers at Parliament.
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.
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 try to invest in a strong culture and values but, like most things that are worthwhile, this takes effort. Our head of content shares six things that have helped the content team be collaborative and overcome problems together.
Information is the currency of the House of Commons and House of Lords with 37 pieces of new content published on parliament.uk every day, on average. We've created a set of content principles to maintain standards and help our editors.
Recruitment has never been more important at UK Parliament, as we hire people who’ll support us through exciting and challenging times ahead. Amy Mollett talks us through some recent changes we've made using social media to promote vacancies.
The UK Parliament YouTube channel recently reached the milestone of 100,000 subscribers. This means we're now the proud owners of a Silver Creator Award but what does that mean for the channel? Matt Instone talks us through the new YouTube strategy.