Our semi-automated articles on “how your area has changed in 10 years” quite literally brought Census 2021 home. This built…Read more on Semi-automation and Census 2021: how we told 331 local stories in one go
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Our new Census maps interactive tool lets you explore Census 2021 data across England and Wales right down to a…Read more on Census maps: Explore, download and share data down to a neighbourhood level
This post was written by Robin Gower of Swirrl about our work on the Integrated Data Programme. How can we…Read more on Searching inside datasets
A little over a year ago Rob Barry, a Technical Lead in ONS’ Integrated Data Service (IDS), talked about how…Read more on csvcubed: a new tool for creating CSVWs
Earlier this year, I shadowed two senior content designers bringing Census 2021 to life. In the world of census, nothing…Read more on A week in the life of a census content designer
The ONS Digital Content team is currently recruiting data visualisation producers. You can view the adverts for the senior data…Read more on Data visualisation producers – where are they now?
As an English literature graduate, I have always associated old, leather-bound books with great works of fiction. But when I…Read more on 50 years on: are our digital releases more user-friendly than their print predecessors?
As a Content Design team for the Office for National Statistics, we are frequently asked to give advice on how…Read more on Writing for our users
Here’s a simple guide to embedding our interactive maps and charts and making them responsive, so they look their best…Read more on Embedding ONS interactives in your website