Find support services weeknotes 27/11/20

30s read – Three redeployees join us – Accessibility testing complete on front-end and listings interface – Waiting on security testing before we can go live – Filling gaps in young people and faith organisations – Developers churning out new features – Data syndication to other services is officially A Thing 3min read This week,Continue reading “Find support services weeknotes 27/11/20”

Re-engineering Hackney Content weeknotes 08/04/20

On Wednesday, our developer Mo came back for a well-earned rest after his intensive wedding duties in South Africa. He’s since been busy building the ability to link pages and assets within the site, which will make content population much easier. You’d think this feature would be out-of-the-box but we’re finding some curious omissions on theContinue reading “Re-engineering Hackney Content weeknotes 08/04/20”

Re-engineering Hackney content weeknotes 14/01/20

This project continues to throw up a multitude of potential avenues to explore. As part of the DevOps trio of projects at the end of last year (excellently DM-d by Felix Tomlinson), we cleared a load of outstanding bugs that had been, well, bugging us. Plus, the proto-support process that evolved out of the DevOps experimentContinue reading “Re-engineering Hackney content weeknotes 14/01/20”

Team-building in our glorious parks 07/10/19

Last Thursday, you may have noticed a dearth of relationship managers and delivery managers on the 4th floor. It was probably quieter. There was probably more room in the fridge. It was because we were on staycation! Our day’s volunteering in London Fields with Parks staff saw us renovating benches, attacking weeds, creating loggeries, plantingContinue reading “Team-building in our glorious parks 07/10/19”

Re-engineering Hackney content weeknotes 14/09/19

It’s been a whirlwind of a week, as it always is when you come back from holiday. We presented a second iteration of Carolina Gaspari’s homepage to Ben Knowles, which incorporated feedback from the wider Comms team and included four versions of the main promo area. Jennifer Riley and Hannah Saunders from the Intranet projectContinue reading “Re-engineering Hackney content weeknotes 14/09/19”

Re-engineering Hackney content weeknotes 29/07/19

Sometimes you need to go a bit [cover your ears, children] Waterfall. We’ve unfinished business on the project and the best way to organise it might just be an old-fashioned schedule: Navigation and redirectsSecurityLeft hand navigationHomepageImage blockSearchAccessibility testingEnd to end testing and bug-fixing Quite a list. However, work has already started on each one andContinue reading “Re-engineering Hackney content weeknotes 29/07/19”