You can now sign up for the September run of ‘Introduction to content design’ on FutureLearn. In this post, we share why and how we built and ran the course, and what we’ve learnt so far.
We recently blogged about some changes we were making to our blogs to make sure they meet user needs. We also ran some retro sessions at the end of last year to find out what was working and what wasn’t. Read about what we’ve done so far to address the feedback to make it easier to blog at GDS, and what’s coming up next.
In the last 12 months, things have evolved, the context has changed and so have user needs. One thing that hasn’t changed, though, is that blogging is hugely important to us. Read about some of the changes we’ve made to our blogs and what's coming up.
At this year's Blog Camp, we brought together blog editors from across government to share ideas and best practice, to create connections and partnerships, and to consider how we can blog bigger and better.
This post looks at some of the highlights of March 2017 across our digital blogs. Here’s your chance to catch up on what we published that month.
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