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.
Jenny Radcliffe is a senior change and communications manager in PDS. She did a film and cultural studies degree so you might be wondering how she ended up doing this job, which is why she's written this blog post.
Franny Gant is a user researcher in PDS but she wasn’t always one. She's done loads of jobs from being a carpenter to working at Mumsnet so she's written about how she got to where she is.
Holly Jennings is a programme and project officer in PDS. She started her career by training to be an accountant and has written this blog post to talk about how she ended up at Parliament.
Kieran Dunlop is a SharePoint Analyst in PDS. He doesn't have an IT background so you might wonder how he got here. He's written this blog post to explain how someone with a music degree ends up working in IT.
Trine is a user research lead but she wasn’t always a user researcher. She's done loads of jobs from making props for TV to working in web design so she's written about how she got to where she is.
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.
Laboni Paul is a performance analyst and has written about what the job involves but also how analysts can be used better in product teams.
Steve Bromley has written about who our website is for and why it's important to be realistic about who our audiences are.