By Lisa Jones and Tom Davy OK, so it wasn’t a movie, but it had moving images in it, so…Read more on Hipsters, gin and the Basket of Goods…the making of the movie
This month, myself and the rest of the Editorial team attended a content meet-up that ONS joint-hosted with the Intellectual…Read more on Content lessons from across the Civil Service
One of the founder members of the visual.ONS team has moved on to pastures new. Hannah Thomas has been an integral part of the team, which has pushed the boundaries of data visualisation. Here she writes about her time at ONS. We will miss you StatsHan!Read more on So long and thanks for all the stats!
From Hannah Thomas, Editorial and Lauren Bradford, Social Media Every now and then it is good to have a bit…Read more on ONS doing the Monster (data)Mash…five facts about Halloween
So, GDP. Gross Domestic Product. That quarterly estimate of the health of our economy, which – if it goes the…Read more on Let’s talk about stats baby, let’s talk about GDP
The following blog post is written by Laura Churchill, Senior Content Editor. The Digital Publishing editorial team at ONS has a unique…Read more on Why proofreading is so important
We’ve published 2 new pieces on Visual.ONS today that push our beta site into new storytelling and data visualisation territory….Read more on Marriages – when two become one
Publishing with style In February we launched our new editorial standards for writing about statistics: Style.ONS. This was a large…Read more on Publishing with style
(By Rachel Lewis, Editorial Team) I’ve been thinking about data journalism recently and at the Editorial team in Digital Publishing…Read more on What’s in a name? Apparently Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, Marvel and more
Head of Digital Content Alan Smith discusses a new approach to visualising ONS data with a personal touch. Today (21 July)…Read more on So how well do you know your area?