Janet Huges, DfE's Director of Major Projects, shows where to get guidance and inspiration when blogging
How can we be more user-centred, whatever job we do? DfE's Chief Digital Officer Emma Stace and Director of Major Projects Janet Hughes set out 6 practices we can all apply to our work.
This week, we ran a workshop on how to run a discovery (the first, early research and development stage) for any project, not just digital ones. About 60 people came from across government and other organisations. This post is about …
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