Data.gov.uk Newspaper

Over the last three days we’ve been working on a side project. A design exercise if you like.

We’ve been thinking about the beta Data.gov.uk repository, and wanted to explore putting some of the information contained within into people’s hands in a form that is accessible, timely, and relevant.

And perhaps unsurprisingly, we thought a good way to do that was with a newspaper. So here it is, the Postcode Paper:

Data.gov.uk Newspaper

It’s a prototype of a service for people moving into a new area. In our exercise we imagined you might receive it after paying your council tax for the first time.

It gathers information about your area, such as local services, environmental information and crime statistics.

Data.gov.uk Newspaper

It’s not just data from central government – we also scraped TFL for travel times, and ITO generated us a bespoke spider map of transport options in our area.

Data.gov.uk Newspaper

And there’s stuff from the NHS and the council.

Data.gov.uk Newspaper

We printed 50, and gave them out to a room full of civil servants, who seemed very excited its possibilities. Hopefully it’ll find its way around Whitehall over the next couple of weeks, acting as a demonstration of the kind of stuff people want to make with all this data that government has. And maybe that’ll encourage some more data to get opened up to the public.

Obviously it was thrown together quickly as a design exercise, it’s very prototypey, and there will be many mistakes. But it’s a great demo of what kind of services are possible with data-driven paper. And we’re quite excited by that.

Thanks to Gavin Bell and Dan Catt for helping out.

Data.gov.uk Newspaper

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  1. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 8:05 pm
    Mark Permalink

    Brilliant. Utterly useful and easy to use.

  2. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 8:07 pm
    john Permalink

    Great idea, but are you aware of the Post Office forbidding the free use of postcodes to online mashups earlier this month? They own postcodes – we don’t. Amazingly.

  3. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 8:12 pm
    Whitehall Webby Permalink

    Genius – was anyone from Department for Communities and Local Govt there?

  4. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 8:16 pm
    Tom Permalink

    I’m not sure to be honest Jeremy, I’ll have to find out for you.

  5. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 8:17 pm
    bushofgoats Permalink

    That does seem very cool, but you’ve forgotten one vital component out: the nearest takeaway! Now, if you cold just get a pile of ‘Tennesse Chicken Cottage’ flyers to drop out when you opened it…

  6. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 8:29 pm
    Tom Watson MP Permalink

    Can you let me throw some around the House of Commons too? Can I buy you a coffee some time to discuss.

  7. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 9:01 pm
    Martin Stone Permalink

    Yep there was someone from Communities & Local Government present. It was me. It was a great piece of work. Now have to work out how to make it sustainable.

  8. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 9:29 pm
    cyberdoyle Permalink

    Maybe the takeaway comment was a joke, but it makes a lot of sense to make a publication useful! also needed in it is local pubs, schools, post offices and shops. This info must be available in some archive in local council office… joined up thinking leading to utilising information already stored somewhere. Just technical issue accessing it in an easy way and displaying it simply. Good luck, great idea.
    You could also list any decent broadband providers in the area ;)
    chris
    ps. this would be a valuable resource for estate agents… Hope it is gonna be online and not on more dead trees.

  9. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 10:03 pm
    Zach Beauvais Permalink

    I was very impressed by this, lads. Really enjoyed seeing it, and look forward to similar!

  10. [...] 9:19 pm on October 16, 2009 Reply Tags: media (75), web (640) The Postcode Newspaper is a lovely idea from the Newspaper Club. Uses data from Data.gov.uk and a few other sources. A [...]

  11. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 10:20 pm
    James Munro Permalink

    Love it!
    Don’t forget to have some postcode-related human stories as well as just quantitative data… we could offer you a nice feed of local patient feedback ;)

  12. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 10:24 pm
    Paul Clarke Permalink

    Therein lie a lot of implementation challenges! We have to pay for services one way or another, even in these cooperative, collaborative, contributive times.

    If it adds value, value it. Enthusiasm and community-mindedness get you great prototypes. But people running real services need to eat; through funding, advertising sales or whatever other model.

    Testing what happens *after* we’ve had the great ideas – what really makes them live, or die – should be a real area of focus. I’ve got an idea along these lines if anyone wants to hear more about it.

    Paul (SUABW veteran, odd ideas guy, &c)

  13. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 11:25 pm
    Dave Permalink

    Fantastic idea and seriously cool implementation. Nice work.

  14. Fri, 16 Oct 2009 at 11:55 pm
    Christopher Osborne Permalink

    Methinks Tom has the funding coming along nicely.

    An incredible example of what talented people can do if the raw materials are available.

  15. Sat, 17 Oct 2009 at 1:18 am
    Whitehall Webby Permalink

    @martin – excellent. Get evangelising!

    @busofgoats and @paulclarke – is there not some scope for joining your thinking?

  16. Sat, 17 Oct 2009 at 7:14 am
    links for 2009-10-16 « Ex Orbite Permalink

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  17. Sat, 17 Oct 2009 at 7:48 am
    Emma Mulqueeny Permalink

    I have one of the 50 prototypes sitting in my kitchen. It has already been commented on by the various wanderers through my house. So can I get a bunch for my postcode please? :) agree w Paul Clarke, and thrilled that u have sorted revenue stream. Prob rude to ask but what is the cost of production? Or perhaps the question is: where are the costs? Is it just print and distribution?

  18. Sat, 17 Oct 2009 at 8:05 am
    Chris Thorpe Permalink

    Your newspaper is just full of win and a joy to behold… nice one

  19. Sat, 17 Oct 2009 at 10:10 am
    Bill McCluggage Permalink

    What a great idea. Would have been so useful when looking for stuff when moving into new flat! Offers huge potential to link into property, schools, events – smart stuff!

  20. Sat, 17 Oct 2009 at 11:00 am
    redmamba Permalink

    wonderful idea! nice nice work

  21. Sat, 17 Oct 2009 at 11:04 am
    Paul Jenkins Permalink

    Guys, just to add i thought the newspaper was terrific. I’m in the throws of moving so one for my new area would be a brilliant induction. Will be passing round coi with enthusiasm

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  23. Sat, 17 Oct 2009 at 4:14 pm
    Phil Gyford Permalink

    We did something very similar at UpMyStreet.com back in 2001/2, using data from the website. I can’t remember if it ever made it into production, but I think I have a prototype version at my parents’ (for their postcode) which I’ll dig out next time I’m there in case it’s of interest.

  24. Sun, 18 Oct 2009 at 9:22 pm
    Gavin Bell Permalink

    Thanks Tom, it was great fun to put together and seeing the actual newspaper was very powerful. I can imagine them as something a council might produce 2-3 times a year and mail out with new council tax signups.

  25. [...] idea to get a “newspaper” (well “informationpaper”) when you (for example) move to a new area. Surely some form of PDF delivery would ease production costs? Obviously the web / scraper back end [...]

  26. Mon, 19 Oct 2009 at 3:44 pm
    Marcus Permalink

    Lovely.

  27. [...] I met up with some folks who are building some amazing things with public data. After seeing their Postcode Paper project, I was left with the lasting impression that given the raw materials, there is very little [...]

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  32. Great looking job guys

    What I love about the idea behind this is that statistics are, on the whole, twisted to within an inch of their lives to suit the needs of the individual presenting them. On the basis that this project takes data from a raw source, the information presented should maintain its integrity and actually give people real answers to their questions.

    Presumably the concept can be applied to anywhere in the country, and with the appropriate technology be virtually based? By the looks of the presentation of information, a virtual solution could act as a great alternative to councils’ own ‘often skewed’ versions of performance data they create.

  33. Tue, 20 Oct 2009 at 10:31 am
    Jonathan Powell Permalink

    We’re attempting an open data initiative on a city-wide scale here in Leeds. I’m going to use this mashup newspaper as an example of what is possible given enough open resources. We’re attempting to obtain social history information and geotagged media/discussion as well as raw statistics.

    I had the same idea as you’ve done here, but was unable to implement it. My thought was that it would be very well suited to new residents (especially students) to give them some idea of the spirit of their new area, and a feeling of community when they’re made aware of local history.

  34. Tue, 20 Oct 2009 at 8:58 pm
    Brett T. T. Macfarlane Permalink

    Oh my goodness, that is exceptional.

    For an automotive service brand we’ve been looking at generating localized crash and theft reports near franchisee locations for customers. There is no manageable platform to go from data to hands, hence the idea fell in the dead pile. This is the closest, viable and more elegant solution yet.

  35. [...] I met up with some folks who are building some amazing things with public data. After seeing their Postcode Paper project, I was left with the lasting impression that given the raw materials, there is very little [...]

  36. Thu, 22 Oct 2009 at 10:00 am
    Iain Noakes Permalink

    Brilliant idea and execution so far. Will much/any of this Data.Gov data be freely available for mash-ups etc?

  37. [...] http://blog.newspaperclub.co.uk/2009/10/16/data-gov-uk-newspaper/ a few seconds ago from Gwibber [...]

  38. Thu, 22 Oct 2009 at 12:28 pm
    John Doove Permalink

    Great initiative.
    It shows how vitaly important Open Data is going to be in the near future. I love the fact that governments are taking this up.
    We (SURF; which is for the Netherlands kind of what JISC is for the UK) are trying to achieve that in Scholarly communication right now, imagine the possibilities if Research data (sensitive reserach data is another matter) is openly available and researchers could query different databases from different disciplines in order to help them answer their research questions.

    There’s so much valuable data now just sitting in hard drives, CD-roms etc., not being re-used by other reserachers (and not being properly preserve for that matter).

    In the words of ‘sir Tim Berners-Lee': Raw data now! :-)
    see: http://www.ted.com/talks/tim_berners_lee_on_the_next_web.html

    Kind regards,
    John

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  42. Mon, 26 Oct 2009 at 10:26 am
    Rachel Permalink

    I love the idea but I don’t see the benefit of turning the data into printed material, rather than providing a personalised web page for each user? Then information can be continually updated and provided in a more environmentally-friendly way.

  43. Mon, 26 Oct 2009 at 2:26 pm
    Alison Jallow Permalink

    This website presents Scottish Government Statistics by geographies, these range from a simple postcode enquiry to selected areas and comparisons betweeen these regions for numerous social and economic indices. The site is updated monthly and includes download facilities for statistics and geographies. The site supports statistical manipulations and is also a great source of statistical data for further use and re-use. Free of charge – but you must acknowledge copywright of maps etc.

  44. Mon, 26 Oct 2009 at 7:04 pm
    Hockin Permalink

    Fascinating to see print welcomed as a disruptive technology (again). Love the design.

  45. Tue, 27 Oct 2009 at 8:15 pm
    Zahoor Hussain Permalink

    Love this development, and would love to receive one either on paper or particularly over the web. I would welcome an annual version personalised with the your name, address etc. but hey well done on getting this far!

  46. [...] similar way to Data.Gov in America.  The Newspaper Club has taken some of this data and produced a prototype of an information pack for people moving into a new area.  It gathers information about local [...]

  47. Thu, 29 Oct 2009 at 7:07 am
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  48. Thu, 29 Oct 2009 at 10:22 am
    Samantha Bell Permalink

    Add vouchers for local businesses, locations of key community services (e.g. recycling of chemicals/hard rubbish) and times/days of the week the rubbish truck comes…
    (apologies if this is already suggested – I didn’t read comments!)

  49. Thu, 12 Nov 2009 at 4:39 pm
    Anjali Ramachandran Permalink

    Very smart way of integrating the online into the offline. I know someone said that not printing it would be more eco-friendly, but I’ve thought of this myself in the past: I think having all the useful information in one offline place (as this paper does) is actually very useful for a lot of people who aren’t perpetually connected, and let’s face it sometimes even I, much as I love the web, get tired of looking at a screen. Also this kind of paper is a ready-reckoner, instead of going to multiple websites. I like it a lot. I’m a champion of the Newspaper Club – it isn’t easy to integrate the online into the offline and that’s the trick. All your projects may not do this successfully but if you can pull it off, good on you.

  50. Thu, 12 Nov 2009 at 5:45 pm
    Richard Goodwin Permalink

    Hi Tom, I work for TSO on the London Gazette (which we publish under contract to OPSI). You may know something about RDF in the Gazette but we also have personalised print capability and several times daily Whitehall distribution as well as national reach. Would there be some value in chatting/meeting up and seeing whether there is anything we can do together?
    With best regards
    Richard

  51. Fri, 13 Nov 2009 at 7:59 am
    St Ives Permalink

    Interesting idea but why not just have a site where you can put in your postcode, generate this news, and then subscribe to an RSS feed of your postcode’s output?

  52. [...] Ever since the Data.gov.uk repository was launched, there’s been a bunch of enterprising coders who are trying to create interesting mashups of the information it provides about the UK. One startup – Newspaper Club – put the data into a dead-tree publication instead, creating the “Postcode Paper“. [...]

  53. Fri, 13 Nov 2009 at 3:15 pm
    Dominic Permalink

    Great project – Can I ask where the recycling info came from? Data.gov.uk or the local council website?

    Dom

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  55. Tue, 17 Nov 2009 at 11:43 pm
    Anthony Permalink

    Great initiative! My council (Oxford) recently issued a list of approved builders, plumbers etc which is very useful for those new to an area.

  56. [...] the last week it has developed the Postcode Paper project in a bid to demonstrate its publishing prowess and put some of the data from the Government’s [...]

  57. Wed, 18 Nov 2009 at 4:54 pm
    Gavin Bell Permalink

    @dominic the data came from the local council website, as there is no centralised listing of recycling centres that I could find.

  58. [...] [1]see the postcode newspaper project for a good example of local use of such data. [...]

  59. Wed, 25 Nov 2009 at 11:52 am
    Matt McAlister » Socially linked data Permalink

    [...] Cabinet Office recently where the benefits to open data in government were catalyzed in the form of a postcode newspaper built together by Tom Taylor, Gavin Bell and Dan [...]

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  61. Sun, 20 Dec 2009 at 11:31 am
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    [...] Brown mentioned us that speech he gave which set all the data free. He referenced the Postcode Paper when describing the great things free data could achieve. “All of this will be available for [...]

  62. Thu, 24 Dec 2009 at 7:42 am
    Steve Price Permalink

    This is such a brilliant idea I’ve blogged about it. Soz.

  63. Thu, 24 Dec 2009 at 8:00 am
    The Newspaper Club « Design Weak Permalink

    [...] piece of work, backed by an extraordinary idea: The Newspaper Club. My favourite is the Postcode Paper. ‘It’s a prototype of a service for people moving into a new area. In our exercise we [...]

  64. Thu, 7 Jan 2010 at 3:52 pm
    Emily White Permalink

    Hi guys, I work for COI (part of the Cabinet Office) in the Direct and Relationship Marketing department. I like the ideas you’ve got here – one MAJOR thing you need to be aware of – and adhere to – if you want to work with any government department is PAS2020:

    http://shop.bsigroup.com/en/ProductDetail/?pid=000000000030170022

    http://www.dma.org.uk/information/env-pas.asp

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  66. Sun, 10 Jan 2010 at 2:29 pm
    vicky Permalink

    Great idea. Just moved myself and getting all that info hardcpy would be really useful. I’m still not sure if we’re putting our rubbish out the right day.lol

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  68. Wed, 13 Jan 2010 at 8:04 pm
    Local Newspaper « JMW Permalink

    [...] What a great idea, local services shown to potential house buyers through an information fueled paper. Pulled off brilliantly with newsprint as the [...]

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  71. [...] However data has a particular value when you can use common elements – such as location – to link it with other data to discover new things. The “silos of government” are often reflected in similar silos of data. But it’s now possible to take data about different services and present it in terms of where you live. We see examples of this in the “Places” data work by the Department of Communities and Local Government and demonstrated by the “Postcode Paper” [...]

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  73. Thu, 21 Jan 2010 at 1:08 pm
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  74. [...] However data has a particular value when you can use common elements – such as location – to link it with other data to discover new things. The “silos of government” are often reflected in similar silos of data. But it’s now possible to take data about different services and present it in terms of where you live. We see examples of this in the “Places” data work by the Department of Communities and Local Government and demonstrated by the “Postcode Paper” [...]

  75. Sat, 23 Jan 2010 at 4:06 am
    links for 2010-01-22 Permalink

    [...] Data.gov.uk Newspaper | Newspaper Club Nice infographics created from the government data store. It's great to see how both data and newspapers can be re-purposed for better clarity. (tags: design blog inspiration london business visualization uk infographics linkeddata information government newspapers community opendata newspaperclub data.gov.uk) This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL. « links for 2010-01-18 [...]

  76. Mon, 25 Jan 2010 at 12:02 pm
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  78. Thu, 4 Feb 2010 at 8:25 am
    Martin Permalink

    Really nice! I created a very similar project for the ten largest german cities during my studies.

    http://www.behance.net/Gallery/Stadtistik-City-Statistics/226537

  79. Sat, 6 Feb 2010 at 5:59 pm
    The Power of Data « Notes on Media Permalink

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  83. Mon, 8 Mar 2010 at 4:53 pm
    Marius Kempe Permalink

    I think this is wonderful.

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  86. Wed, 10 Mar 2010 at 10:30 pm
    Kane Permalink

    Yes, like someone pointed out earlier, it definately needs more info on what the public want, like pubs, nearest schools, places to eat out etc… Then, it becomes more open to everyone and more useful also.

  87. Thu, 11 Mar 2010 at 8:33 am
    Marco Permalink

    Hi, this is brilliant. When will I be able to get a paper with my own postcode?

  88. [...] Postcode Newspaper – Newspaper club If you have lots of data about places you can take, from a postcode, which is like a zip plus four, for a specific group of houses, you can make paper, print off a paper which has got very very specific things about the bus stops, the things specifically near you. [...]

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  90. Fri, 23 Apr 2010 at 4:29 pm
    juta Permalink

    Cabinet Office recently where the benefits to open data in government were catalyzed in the form of a postcode newspaper built together by Tom Taylor

  91. Sun, 2 May 2010 at 10:46 pm
    john Permalink

    Hi

    I think its a great idea if all the stats are corect could be very useful

  92. Mon, 3 May 2010 at 11:13 am
    joe Permalink

    great idea, excellent rendered – as others ask when can i get me postcode newspaper?

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  95. Tue, 14 Sep 2010 at 1:17 pm
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