Public sector websites and apps, including Parliament's, have a duty to make sure content is inclusive and accessible to as many people as possible. Sophie Miller describes the work that's been done to improve our digital services, challenges that had to be overcome, and why there is more to do.
Two members from the PDS User-Centred Design team went to a leading industry event in the user experience field. Here's what they discovered.
Parliament Live attracts millions of viewers who want to watch parliamentary debates and committee meetings as they happen. So why are we changing something that's working well?
PDS has set up clubs around services to help users achieve their goals, and the impact is making a difference.
Molly Watt and Chris Bush from Sigma came to PDS to talk about the benefits of designing inclusive services and bust a few myths about accessibility and disabilities.
Stevey Robertson joined PDS a few weeks ago as design lead. He's written about how he's found it and what the highlights have been so far.
Jack Craig has blogged about the choices we made when choosing our new typeface for the beta website.
This is part two of the people team’s recent alpha on members' activity. I'm a designer and I want to share how to turn research findings into real, tangible ideas.
UK Parliament has a new visual identity and we wanted to share our process behind collaborating and developing the new look for UK Parliament.
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.