About 1 in 7 people in Scotland can’t get online. This is about 800,000 people (more data at the end).Read More »Improving digital skills – building a tool with the GOV.UK prototype kit
This article is aimed at people who would like to try using the Prototype kit but are unsure how to do that. You might need a bit of help if you have never used a command window or if you are new to HTML or CSS. You can bookmark this link to W3Schools in that case for HTML and CSS or this link for basic commands.Read More »How to customise the GOV.UK Prototype kit
I chose to create this blog instead of using Medium (and explained it in a previous post) to be more in control, and to provide a better experience for the readers.Read More »Making this blog using WordPress – Behind the scenes
This week, I attended a participative event to explore how Liberating Structures can shape Scottish public service change work. It was a really good day, great atmosphere, very relax yet productive. Most participants had been experimenting with Liberating Structures in their work and could share this experience, but it was also about reflecting, as a facilitator, how it can feel for the group we are using it with, especially when they are new to it.Read More »Liberating Structures
Experience on Medium as a reader
Medium has been really good for me when I started learning more about Design. There were a lot of good articles for beginners level. But lately, I find less and less interesting things there.Read More »Making the switch from Medium to this blog
From empowering teams at work, to workers taking back control and communities getting together to lead the change they want to see happen.Read More »Self-organisation — How do we give the power back to the people?
Even if you don’t know how to code.
Edit 30/10/20: This post has been reviewed as the Chrome DevTools have changed since the initial blog post – so some of the instructions had to be changed.Read More »Simple tips to test a website and potential changes using Chrome DevTools