TL; DR? Our scrollytelling articles are built with Svelte, Layer Cake and Mapbox GL JS (v1). You can view our…Read more on How we build scrollytelling articles
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As you may have seen from Darren’s blog post, we are focussing on redesigning our statistical bulletins. To kick-start this work,…Read more on Redesigning bulletins (my first, and Benjy’s second, Design Sprint)
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When my colleague Laura Churchill and I joined the ONS editorial team early in 2016, top of our to-do list…Read more on The past, present and future of ONS statistical bulletins
As a somewhat newbie to the Civil Service, when I first heard the words “ConCon6” it is not surprising that…Read more on ConCon6: making content count
I’ve been with the ONS coming on 4 years now, and if there is one topic of conversation that can…Read more on All about image
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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