Amy Mollett, UK Parliament's Senior Social Media Strategist, explains how a change of approach to Instagram content is bringing out our creativity and increasing interest in our feed.
Parliament had never had a content team before so last year, we introduced the team and explained who we are and what we do. We thought we'd do another update and this time, we've done a video.
Amy Mollett has written the first ever content strategy for the UK Parliament Facebook page. This blog post summarises the main strategy, and what our page will look like in the coming months.
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.
Here at PDS we like to be the first to try new things. We did our first ever Instagram story at the State Opening of Parliament this year. Here's how it went.
We're lucky at PDS to have an engaged blog audience that regularly pops by to find out what we're working on. But we know that in recent years conversations have drifted away from blog comments and onto social platforms.
During the general election campaign, Parliament's strategy is to encourage young voters to engage in politics. We've done some work on social media and the website to support this ambition so here's what we've done so far.
This week, I've blogged about filming on iPhones and the best techniques for interviewing people. This final instalment is about making videos accessible for everyone.
Part two in our series on filming is about interview technique. The first part focused on the basics of filming on iPhones.