As the brilliant Janet Hughes says, the civil service should be a place where people can be bold.
In two weeks time, on 11 February, we’ll welcome over 450 people to Sprint 16 at the British Film Institute in London.
We’ve made a tool that shows what proportion of the public will be able to use GOV.UK Verify over the coming months as one of the targets for GOV.UK Verify is to hit 90% demographic coverage by April.
Anna Wojnarowska talks about our work with the Home Office to investigate what their staff need from their technology.
Katy Arnold, Head of User Research and Design at Home Office, talks about her experience of joining a GDS service standard assessment panel.
Just before Christmas, we held the first meeting of the GDS People Board.
It’s that time of year when everyone starts compiling their best of 2015 lists so we thought we’d do the same.
The new Government Service Design Manual recently passed an alpha assessment and this is what we learned during the alpha.
The Finding Things team are the largest single team on GOV.UK. It’s their job to fix search, navigation and orientation on GOV.UK.
Paul Downey explains why registers have links, how links help users of data, and talks about some of the implications of linking for an organisation operating a register.