Information is the currency of the House of Commons and House of Lords with 37 pieces of new content published on parliament.uk every day, on average. We've created a set of content principles to maintain standards and help our editors.
Recruitment has never been more important at UK Parliament, as we hire people who’ll support us through exciting and challenging times ahead. Amy Mollett talks us through some recent changes we've made using social media to promote vacancies.
Following on from Dan Cook’s blog post about healthy and happy teams, we’re trialling something new in the digital portfolio team. A new way to say thank you and well done to colleagues who have gone above and beyond.
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.
In the Digital Service, we’ve spent the past four years delivering a lot of change but we also realised that we need to re-think some aspects of how we operate. Rebecca Elton, director of service design, explains what this means for Parliament.
Online content manager, Rosie Barber, has written about improving a previously overlooked section on parliament.uk.
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.
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.
We recently published a Guide to Procedure for MPs on the beta website. The product owner and the content designer explain how they created the guide and how the team worked together.
The digital collaboration team have written about what they do and how they work.