The content team is responsible for managing @UKParliament's presence on social media and recently we went to Social Media Week London. We've blogged about some of the lessons we learned and what new things we want to try.
There are many techniques for animating and a range of different programs to create specific effects. In this post Sharan Dhaliwal shares some of the methods that have worked for Parliament and our online audiences this year.
Work experience students, Holly, Alexa and George, tell us what they learnt from their time working with us in Parliament.
Rebecca Hales talks about how to take a simple, accessible and plain English approach to presenting that will get audiences excited about the work we do in the Digital Service.
Content in one form or another is everyone's concern but the editorial side of things isn't necessarily something people worry about. Carrie Barclay talks about why we're developing tonal values for Parliament and why it's a shared responsibility.
Gemma Rogers joined PDS a couple of months ago and blogs about working in Parliament and how she's coping working in such a large organisation.
Elisabeth Ward has written about the importance of editing and why using fewer words can improve your writing.
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.
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.
As part of the work we’re doing on the new website, we’re testing the beta pages with our users. During this testing, we’ve seen some unexpected behaviour from users.