Caroline Auty recently went along to a codebar event at the PDS offices. She's blogged about the event and how coding has helped her keep up with her eight year old daughter.
We recently blogged about a new online service to petition against a hybrid bill. In this post, we’re talking about the behind the scenes systems that allows the petitions to be processed and sent to government departments.
We recently blogged about turning off the old search. We then worked on creating the global search component and this blog post is about what we did from a technical perspective and why.
Gavin Berman, one of our business partners, explains what business partners do and how it works in Parliament.
Our website product teams have people doing a variety of different roles. This gives us a good mix of people with the right skills to build what users need. In this post, we take a look at the part content designers play.
We recently launched an online process for petitioning against a hybrid bill after receiving hundreds of paper petitions against a recent bill. Sarah Purssell has blogged about why this was a good opportunity to develop this as a digital service.
The user engagement team is one of the largest in PDS. Despite being so many, there's probably a lot of people who don’t actually know who we are or what we do. That's what this blog post is for.
Caroline Braibant works in the content team and is using her 10% time to mentor a young refugee. She writes about how this helps with her work and what she's learned from using her 10% time.
We're building a new website and rather than redesigning the entire website at once, we’re creating little bits of it in iterative steps. You'll probably hear us calling this 'agile' and 'iterative' design. Laurence Grinyer explains what agile working looks like in Parliament.
When presenting findings from usability testing, we often get asked ‘how many people had that issue’. In this post, Steve Bromley explains why we don’t answer that question.