With so much work going on at PDS, it can be easy to take our live services for granted. The work to build our new website is challenging our whole way of thinking, especially our approach to content management. In the meantime though, we've been doing plenty of work on parliament.uk.
It's month three of our commitment to using words to talk about our numbers. March was a busy month and brought with it some social media successes we'd like to share.
We can help to deliver high-quality, strategic outcomes by using clear, simple processes.
We've started using pair writing as a technique for people to work together when writing content. We recently did some training on this and three of us also did some pair writing together. Here we talk about pair writing and how we found it.
Associate Content Designer Sharan Dhaliwal writes that video is a great way to engage with users on social media, but explains why you should only do it if you can do it well.
Last month, the Content Team finally ran its first SEO training. I say finally as it took about 2 months and many rounds of revisions to get it to this first version. Here's our 'journey' (in reality TV show speak) of why and how we created this workshop.
A monthly update from the PDS content team about what's going on with the blogs, social media, and website analytics.
Whether you're enjoying a slice of Banoffee pie, planning your next staycation, or just stroking your labradoodle, who doesn't love a portmanteau (combining the sounds of two separate words to make a new one)?
The other day I said that our new year's resolution was to talk to you in words about our numbers. In fact, we want to do more than that. We're playing with different ways of sharing, and monitoring what works (and what doesn't).
Now that 2016 is done and dusted (and what a year it was), we’ve done some digging on the blog stats for last year. We wanted to see how the blog’s doing and what our audience like.