Collaborating across our digital community at the MoJ, we’ve developed a set of principles for our teams. The use of principles in digital is common, such as the Government Design Principles, and principles captured in standards such as the Government …
Layering Robotics Process Automation (RPA) on the front-end of systems might be right in some cases, but not always. In this post we talk about removing processes the right way - by working with our users.
The software development landscape is constantly changing. Focusing on just one technology, or even stack, can often leave a developer blindsided by a new approach, and there’s always someone claiming the latest shiny thing is better than an existing one. …
At Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS), we’re building straightforward, effective digital services to support reform, save money and increase safety in UK prisons.
Digital teams often make prototypes when designing services. They offer a quick, cost-effective way to explore different designs and processes. Prototyping can also help policy teams understand the impact of their policies and how they can be translated into delivery …
As organisations which deliver software grow, there’s a very common need to define what they see as best practice for software development.
We're appointing product owners to manage our computers, devices, networks and Wi-Fi, to keep our technology up to date.
The real long-term costs of running IT or software – and why it makes sense to invest in improvements to avoid expensive glitches later on.
You should spend time exploring your options before buying or building a service, and always make sure you can change it in the future.
We’ve developed our own cloud platform service, but what does that mean – and why does it matter?