What we learnt from the International Design in Government conference

Blog post by content designers Sian Addicott and Robert Gray, and user researcher and designer David Monaghan. At the end of June, over 200 delegates from over 13 countries descended on Edinburgh for the International Design in Government Summer Conference. Several of us from teams across Registers of Scotland were lucky enough to be there. The theme for the conference was participatory design. It was … Continue reading What we learnt from the International Design in Government conference

Website changes: A focus on tasks, trends and terminology

Robert Gray, one of our content designers, breaks down the techniques our content team used to make decisions on how our website could compliment the launch of ScotLIS We’ve recently made some changes to our website to compliment the launch of the new ScotLIS service. We used a task based approach as our main inspiration for the revamp. What is task based content? Task based … Continue reading Website changes: A focus on tasks, trends and terminology

Local Land Charges National Conference 2017

What, When & Where? On 22nd November, members of the ScotLIS team travelled down to Liverpool to attend the HMLR’s Annual Local Land Charges National Conference, an event that brings together stakeholders from various sectors including Local Authorities, Searchers and Conveyancers. The conference took place in the beautiful St. George’s Hall, in the centre of the city, and attracted over 300 delegates from across the … Continue reading Local Land Charges National Conference 2017