From 4 people in a basement to 120 across 3 sites, DfE Digital has grown to respond to its users' needs for excellent, user-centred services. Here, chief digital officer Emma Stace reflects on how far we've come, what's been difficult and how we're shaping up for the future.
We wanted to get a better understanding of how graduates make choices about their future employment. And we were also keen to hear what they thought about graduate internships. Helen Snowden talks here about what our multidisciplinary team learned from their users.
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.
I recently joined an agile team as Associate Product Manager, looking at School Performance Tables. This is my first real experience of digital and agile ways of working. What does it mean to be part of an agile team? Put simply, …