Giles Turnbull is an expert on agile communication and open working. He has over 25 years’ experience as a writer, editor and creative communicator, most recently as Director of Communication for Public Digital and editor of the PD periodical, Signals. He is now a member of the PD affiliate network, focusing on client work.
Previously, he was a columnist for the Press Association for 14 years, and wrote for the BBC, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and Time, among many others. He was part of the creative team at the UK’s Government Digital Service, and has since advised private and public sector clients including doteveryone, Comic Relief, Defra, the Department for Education and HM Land Registry. Giles was author of A GDS Story, editor of Sarah Richards’ profession-defining book Content Design, and collaborator on the Doing Presentations website.
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