Jane McCarthy reflects on how her team completed a complex programme with very tight timescales and how the team culture got them through a challenging piece of work (as well as lots of cake).
Experts in what we do
Bridget Keam is a data architect for corporate data in PDS. We spoke to her about her job, what she does, and why she enjoys working in tech.
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.
The House of Commons recently asked staff to identify changes that could help to reduce bureaucracy. So we started a digital forms project which didn't turn out exactly as we'd planned and we've written about we dealt with change.
We try to invest in a strong culture and values but, like most things that are worthwhile, this takes effort. Our head of content shares six things that have helped the content team be collaborative and overcome problems together.
Sean Brazier blogs about the changes in technology from desktops to devices, what that means for his team and those using the kit they provide.
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.
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.
The UK Parliament YouTube channel recently reached the milestone of 100,000 subscribers. This means we're now the proud owners of a Silver Creator Award but what does that mean for the channel? Matt Instone talks us through the new YouTube strategy.
Steve Bromley talks about the mantra ‘user research is a team sport’ and its misconceptions. In this post, he explains what it means for user researchers in PDS.