We blogged back in December about the user research we were doing as part of a Discovery phase around how the department runs digital consultations. Since then we’ve wrapped up the project and are cracking on with the next steps, but first here’s the how, what and why of what’s been done so far.
The content team at the Department of Health is confident and empowered – and it shows in their high quality content. I reckon they’ve always been good at what they do, but they’ve become more confident and more empowered over …
Today we’re making the code for the Department of Health’s intranet available for free to anyone who wants to copy it. With one small request:
In November 2014, the digital team held its first ever Digital Show & Tell for our colleagues in the Department.
During 2014, we’ve been pushing the digital capability message pretty hard. (Summary: don’t be scared, it’s the same internet you have at home, now go do clever stuff.) So it’s nice to have a number to put on the progress we’ve made.
We’ve decided to start a series of irregular blog posts called Top tips.
What would encourage you to respond to a digital consultation?
“So you get paid to be on Facebook all day”.
The Public Health England (PHE) digital team are hiring.
As an agile digital team, running an agile intranet project, I always wanted our testing model to reflect the principles of agile.