Delivering something quickly, changing scope and adapting. Rich and Chanel tell us why true collaboration means sometimes it's good to get it wrong.
In times of crisis, we don't always have time to design solutions. Bhupinder and Ryan explain how service and business design methodologies can create the space our colleagues need for collaboration and decision-making.
For Emma, working from home was something she tried to avoid. So, when that became the new normal, she dreaded it. She tells us how remote working has worked out quite well for her.
We asked our front-end developers, Jack and Martin, to decode accessibility and give us their top 5 accessibility fails and how to fix them.
Matt Jukes and Jane Reid are legends of the public sector digital world. Despite being at opposite ends of the UK, they're getting stuck into their new roles with Essex.
If lockdown's driving you around the bend, why not take a run around the block? Content designer, John, tells us how he's plodding through working from home.
Discovery is all about finding out what you don't know. So what happens when you're a subject matter expert? User researcher, Julie, finds out how collaboration can help you find the right questions, before you start looking for answers.
DIY desks, 'helpful' pets and living room yoga. Find out how the Service Transformation team are coping with working from home during lockdown.
How do you join a team that's not there? Rich explains how lockdown rocked his first month in the Service Transformation team.
As a team, we're used to adapting to change, but what happens when everything changes? Caroline McCabe finds out.
Councillor Madden dropped by to see what stand up was all about. He stayed to chat to us about how impressed he was with the team's energy, how he did stand up before it was a thing and his belief in empathy in the workplace.