Rupert Hay-Campbell blogs about Parliament's technology strategy and how it supports our digital strategy.
Unity without uniformity
Dia Nag talks about our discovery work on ‘exploring the user needs for the development of the intranet’. We wanted to validate existing assumptions and gather requirements for the intranet through qualitative and quantitative research.
It’s been a huge team effort to get to this stage. Data, content, front and back end development, user research and design all working towards one goal. Victor Hwang is a designer and he talks about how we’re putting the portraits to work on our beta site.
Hannah Ufland talks about the recent cyber security event and how it never crossed her mind that it would be her that would be learning something.
Ben Woodhams has been seconded to PDS to help design the data models that will underpin Parliament’s new website. He explains what this all means and why there should only be one John Prescott in data terms.
This week, I've blogged about filming on iPhones and the best techniques for interviewing people. This final instalment is about making videos accessible for everyone.
Part two in our series on filming is about interview technique. The first part focused on the basics of filming on iPhones.
As part of Learning at Work Week, we’re doing a series of posts on filming. This first part is about the basics.
We recently had our first Cyber Security Month event which helped staff understand the risk of online threats. In this blog post we talk about some of the things we did and what we're doing next to educate staff about these threats.
At the end of August, the development team set up a recruitment task force. The aim was to research and test ideas on how to improve recruitment at PDS. We talk about what we've done, what we've learned and what's next for the task force.