12th June 2015 by Jono Ellis
This is a blog post by Jose Casal-Gimenez, Programme Director for mygov.scot We have just completed our first 100-day drive – 100 days during which we focused on firming-up our beta release and getting good traction in our publishing flow. The 100-day format was so well-received internally that we have decided to continue with a second. This time...
4th June 2015 by Jono Ellis
This is a post by Alex Cunningham, our Communications Administrator Last week, the mygov.scot team embarked on another one of its infamous hackathons. The hugely successful two-day event included a lot of design, development and dedication, and (keeping with tradition) a lot of pizza! A few days before the hackathon team members started to jot down their ideas. On Thursday morning, like children rummaging through...
15th May 2015 by Jono Ellis
This is a post by Jono Ellis, our Social Media Manager Mark demoing the bulk editor Every second Friday the team comes together for a product demo, giving us an opportunity to sit down and talk about what’s in the latest release.
11th May 2015 by Jono Ellis
This is a post by Jono Ellis, our Social Media Manager Websites within the Scottish public sector portfolio that are out of date, duplicating information available elsewhere or are no longer maintained help sustain a poor experience for citizens. Through working with our partners, we are spotting candidates that display these poor attributes and are thus low hanging fruit...
28th April 2015 by Jono Ellis
This is a post by Jono Ellis, our Social Media Manager As part of our 100 day drive more of our team have been getting trained up on how to get the most out of working in an Agile environment and we thought we could share some of their experiences here. In the office we...
17th April 2015 by Jono Ellis
This is a post by Jono Ellis, our Social Media Manager, and follows on from yesterday’s post about day 1 of our hackathon. The byline of this blog post should probably read – “the day the webcam was named “Sauron’s Eye”. Today marks the end of our hackathon and overall the mood is pretty jubilant! The team has...
16th April 2015 by Jono Ellis
This is a post by Jono Ellis, our Social Media Manager What is a hack day? Today and tomorrow are “Hack Days” for the mygov.scot team. A hack day is a chance for us to work on some different projects that wouldn’t be expected to fall within our normal development process… and to work on these in an...
13th April 2015 by Jono Ellis
This is a post by Scott McLear, our Communications Manager In February, the mygov.scot programme team embarked on the beginning of an ambitious 100 day drive to reinforce and communicate a clear vision of how we want to transform the Scottish public sector. Central to this activity is putting the user at the heart of everything we do...
1st April 2015 by Jono Ellis
Transforming how we think; how we engage and how we deliver services to citizens and users – Guest blog from Stuart Duncan, Justice Digital Strategy Programme Director We live in an increasingly digital world where how we live and how we work is being influenced by technology. Our Justice systems are changing too and we want to...
29th March 2015 by Jono Ellis
This is a post by Calum Shepherd, our Head of Digital Strategy. We’re excited to mark the availability of resources.mygov.scot, which went live last week. It’s our first step towards putting live resources for better digital services. The new resources area has two main aims: to help you deliver clear content when publishing on mygov.scot to...