Our Lead Interaction Designer, James, explains what we've been doing to make sure our online services meet government regulations.
Insight and updates on our transition to a centre of digital excellence. Find out how we’re improving our digital capabilities to build excellent user-centred services.
To celebrate National Coding Week 2020, Daisy tells us more about her experience of learning to code and why every small setback is helping to make her a better programmer.
Joe graduated in Music and Audio Technology. Find out how his career path changed after applying for one of our digital graduate schemes.
After spending 20 years working in the private sector, Simon tells us why and how he made the move to the public sector and explains what it’s really like working in digital at Companies House.
Our Director of Finance, Michelle, spoke at the XBRL Digital Financial Reporting CEFPRO Conference and explained how we want to increase the use of iXBRL in our aim to become the most innovative and open register in the world.
Oceanne talks about representing Companies House at the event that helps small and prospective company owners grow their businesses.
As part of our ongoing transformation of services, we’ve launched a streaming application programme interface (API). Our Head of IT Services, Kean, explains how users will benefit from quick and easy access to real-time information about companies.
Oceanne began her journey with Companies House after spotting some of the exciting digital apprenticeship vacancies online. Now, as an interaction designer in our digital team, she plays a pivotal role in ensuring our customers receive an exceptional service.
We caught up with Oceanne to find out how she found her time as an apprentice.
Earlier this year, our colleagues gave a presentation at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). Find out how we’re committed to becoming a fully digital organisation.
Find out how we allow our digital teams a free half day each week to learn new technologies and harness their creative skills.