Senior interaction designer Eliot Hill explains a new tagging system that shows the confidence levels in user journeys during various stages of the design process.
Agile coach Ian Eccles-Smith takes us back to basics with agile by explaining how it should - and shouldn't - be done.
While my team was going through a quiet period on current projects, I decided to run a week-long ‘design sprint’ with a smaller sub team to begin to tackle our next project. Our service is focussed on building systems that …
Recently I was facilitating a retrospective. One of the main concerns raised was how the delivery manager, product manager and service manager can avoid stepping on each other’s shoes. How often have you come across this situation?
Hi all, my name’s Wasim and I'm one of the delivery managers in the Service Optimisation (SO) team. It’s been an interesting few months over here in our Metro Point office where the team’s based, with refurbishment going on, new …
Many content designers come from editorial or journalistic backgrounds, and while digital continues to become the dominant force in those roles, an agile approach to working hasn’t been adopted by everyone.
I am Praveen Karadiguddi, a delivery manager in Home Office Digital. After previously spending a fabulous year at GDS, my move to the Home Office has provided a fresh perspective.
As a user researcher I often feel that a more appropriate title would be chief decorator, because there is nothing we researchers like more than papering wall space with sticky notes and printouts relating to our projects.
I’m Clare Young, Head of Agile Delivery in Home Office Digital. My job involves building and leading the delivery manager community and promoting the use of agile ways of working in the Home Office.
I have bags of experience doing programme and project management on big IT programmes. But it has sometimes been difficult to deliver these as the internal processes can add delay and increase costs. However...