When we build teams to work on services, the individuals may have never worked together before, and may have different ways of describing their work.
In October 2015 the Syrian Refugee Resettlement Service had got off to great start. User researchers had done some excellent discovery work to paint the general picture of the existing Syrian refugee resettlement process in the UK.
As a user researcher working on immigration case working, I was recently asked ‘How will this new shiny thing you’re designing deliver value?’
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?
As we establish new roles in public service, such as 'service designers', it raises some good questions and debate. We already have multidisciplinary teams designing and building services, so where does the service designer fit in, exactly? What do service …
Yesterday I attended the first ever Women in Tech government-wide conference. I was proud to be one of around only 5 men in a room full of women, but it was a shame there were so few of us.
I’m immensely proud to be working as a researcher on a smart but simple-to-use case-working service for staff at the Home Office.
Chris Roberts shares some highlights from the first 10 months of Home Office Digital Delivery in Sheffield.
There’s a lot of talk about transformation. People who use services don’t care if something has been ‘transformed’ or not. They just want to do something. So when we talk about ‘transformation’, we’re already speaking from an internally-focused perspective rather …
Hi, my name’s Alex and I’m a Digital Standards Manager in Home Office. My role is to support our digital teams to meet the Government Digital Service Standard. What is the standard and why does it matter? The GDS Standard …