James Reeve takes us through 12 months of progress and why everyone in our leadership team needs to lead for digital transformation – not just one person.
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Senior interaction designer, Anne Chan, explains why her team created a set of 9 principles for the interaction design community.
In our community we have shared values and principles. We call these our design imperatives. Here’s how we imbue our imperatives into our work across DfE – its all about setting and achieving design community objectives.
In the first of 2 posts Jas Kang talks about what designers value most and how that informs the more detailed work they do in their design community.
Post-pandemic, we're working more flexibly from both the office and home. Hybrid meetings are the new way forward, with people attending online and in person. Here Alex Rippon, Digital Communities of Practice Manager, shares her 10 top tips on how to make hybrid meetings a success.
Our design community is flourishing and we’re looking for more designers to join us. We ran open sessions with potential applicants to share the things that make our community unique – and tips on how to apply.
In DfE we have more than 10 communities of practice, all at different stages of maturity. Jen Staves, Head of Profession for content design talks to Adaobi Ifeachor about the intrinsic value of these communities.
Jen Staves explains how the DfE content design community of practice used evidence to build their roadmap, and shares a useful 10-point guide for how you can do the same with your community.
Chief digital and technology officer, Emma Stace, sets out our digital and technology ambitions and priorities – being responsive to learners' needs, running the business, reducing burdens and always raising standards.
From running continuous discoveries to hacking bureaucracy to make things easier for service teams - here Rachel Hope shares her top tips for service owners a year on since DfE began using the service ownership model.