Photo’s from GDS’s Pride 2017 event held in London.
Some of my favourite photos from the OneTeamGov event held in Westminster yesterday.
How the logo for our Sprint events has evolved over the years.
Short film I produced recently about working at GDS.
A selection of photos from events I’ve covered at GDS.
Each year GDS hosts the flagship event on the digital government scene. Bringing together ministers, senior civil servants, digital and technology experts and the civil servants working on services.
Everything is designed, filmed and made in house by our Creative & Design teams. Here’s Sprint 16:
We started with a animated identity for the event, ensuring it worked as well when designing for print as for digital.
Posters, banners and maps for the event
Name badges and agendas
And of course our digital installations and online presence.
We ran a live blog on the day (you can see that here) and trended nationally with #Sprint16
And of course we made videos. We made three main videos to be shown on the day, four that we filmed, edited and published on the day and then three round up films which we shared after the event.
Here’s a few of them:
Highlights after the event
We’re constantly looking for new ways to improve and engage with our audiences so we also ran a workshop on agile ways of working that we streamed live on Periscope and we took questions from our online audience as well as those in the room, if you want to watch that or learn more check out our live blog from the day.
Photo credits: Paul Clarke, Mark Boxall, Mark Hurrell & Graham Higgins
A short video I produced for our annual Sprint conference last year.
A short video I produced about what GOV.UK is and how it is developed.
St Paul’s asked me to document the filming of Dr Who at the cathedral, I think this has to be one of my favourite shoots ever, and I even got to go through the main door, which is normally only opened for the queen (and now 6 welsh Cybermen).