Blog posts by Niall Booth
Building a national service and delivering on our values
Last week was dxw’s final week working with MoJ on the “refer and monitor an intervention” service, making sure rehabilitation for people on probation and in prison can be managed more effectively.
Keeping the wheels turning – maintaining resilience in teams
Some of the lessons I’ve learned about the importance of resilience in project teams and how it can be sustained.
Using a prototype as a proof of concept for Ofsted
We recently worked with Ofsted on a discovery/alpha project where we designed and prototyped a new inspection management service.
Some reflections on being a remote worker
It’s been six months since I moved from London to Edinburgh and became a remote worker. A question I regularly get asked is, “What’s it like?”
Report a Repair: our work with Hackney Council
dxw has been working with Hackney Council to improve the public beta of the Report a Repair service. Report a Repair is for social housing residents in Hackney to report repairs they need on their homes. They can book appointments for simple repairs themselves at times that suit them. Every year, around 170,000 repairs are […]