Open data, design, & development at the U.S. Department of the Interior
Remote work: what about design studios?March 20, 2020
Design studios can be effectively conducted by remote teams.
On being tool agnostic: picking a design toolkit based on goals, constraints, and accessFebruary 7, 2020
Sometimes you don't get to use the tools you want to use. Don't let that stop you from creating effective designs.
Finding the limits of static: building a database for natural resources revenue dataDecember 3, 2019
Our site has been static since its inception, but we're encountering some of the limitations of a fully static site. In this post, we track our progress toward building a database for Natural Resources Revenue Data.
How to effectively champion a government productNovember 15, 2019
Every product needs a champion. Be like Judy Wilson.
Our duty is to everyone: designing for accessibility and inclusionOctober 23, 2019
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. As federal government employees, this month reminds us that we have a duty to serve everyone, regardless of temporary, situational, or permanent disability, and to remove barriers to access and participation in all government resources and services.