Understanding the needs of our users is an integral part of building a service that works for everyone. Recently we've extended those services to other teams across Parliament by helping them to learn more about their users and the impact they can have on these services.
Caroline Auty attended the recent ANZPIT forum in Australia, which is an annual gathering of parliamentary IT people, and she's blogged about the best bits.
Kat Cimetta is the social media editor for UK Parliament's channels and she's written about joining forces with Parliament’s curators, collection managers, and archivists to get involved in the global hashtag campaign #AskACurator.
Jaie Samson was at a crossroads in his career so he decided to sign up for the Talent Management Programme in Parliament.
Bryony Watson recently attended a two day conference called Bath Ruby. She's blogged about the community that surrounds the language and the talks by some of the big names who code using it.
Sian Hodges is a business analyst and she's written about her career, what you need to be an analyst, and why you might want to become one.
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 user engagement team is one of the largest in PDS. Despite being so many, there's probably a lot of people who don’t actually know who we are or what we do. That's what this blog post is for.
Colin Pattinson, one of the product managers at PDS, has blogged about a recent event we hosted for the wider product manager community.
The digital strategy for Parliament is an important thing. For the first time we have a statement of our digital ambition. It’s also significant that Parliament owns the strategy – it isn’t a strategy for PDS as a department. So we're looking for someone to join our Digital Strategy Board.