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.
Unity without uniformity
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.
Here in PDS, we’re constantly looking for new ways to solve (old) problems and to engage staff in different ways so we recently held an unconference. Caroline Auty talks about the unconference format and what we got from it.
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.
Myles is a parliamentary assistant and he's written about how technology is helping him and his MP work more efficiently.
The new website team have been busy creating a modern new website for UK Parliament but a big question remained unanswered. Are we reaching out and engaging with Parliament’s audience?
Sian Hodges is a business analyst and she's written about her career, what you need to be an analyst, and why you might want to become one.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new EU regulation which strengthens people’s rights to understand and control how information about them is used. The user research team has been busy preparing for it.
When people think about user research, their image is often of our research lab. Steve Bromley explores the attraction to usability testing in a lab, but also explaind how we decide on the research method used.
Gavin Berman, one of our business partners, explains what business partners do and how it works in Parliament.