As we prepare for our Sprint 19 event in London in September, here are 4 things we’ve learned from the 4 Sprint events we’ve held so far this year. You will also find information about how to register for the London event.
Listen to this month’s episode of the GDS podcast to hear about the award winning step by step work on GOV.UK. Kate Ivey-Williams and Sam Dub, from the GOV.UK team, explain why and how the navigation was created, and its impact on users.
When I joined GDS as Director General nearly 3 years ago, I said I wanted to strengthen and accelerate our work to help transform government and improve public services for citizens. For me personally, it’s mission accomplished.
It’s been one year since the first GovTech Catalyst competition was launched. We share what we’ve discovered through working with a huge range of suppliers and organisations across the UK.
The Government Technology Innovation Strategy has been launched. GDS Director General Kevin Cunnington shares what it means for our people.
In this post, we talk about how we crowdsourced knowledge, ideas and expertise to define what a good service looks like. Find out how we did it and why we need your feedback.
In this guest post, Dean Vipond, lead designer at NHS Digital, describes how they adapted the GOV.UK Design System for use in their health and care services.
In the latest episode of the GDS podcast, senior writer Sarah Stewart talks to Chantal Donaldson-Foyer, Head of Product, and Warren Smith, Programme Director, about the Global Digital Marketplace.
The government identity standards help public and private sector organisations know that their users are who they say they are. This minimises fraud and error that can cost organisations, and the taxpayer, significant amounts of money. In this post, we talk about the work we're doing to improve the standards and make them easier to use.
New regulations mean that public sector websites and mobile apps will soon have a legal duty to meet accessibility requirements. In this blog post, we talk about what we're doing to help you meet the requirements.
Over 150 local authorities use GOV.UK Notify to send emails, text messages and letters. These organisations often have to deliver complex public services with limited resources. Here are 5 examples of teams that use Notify to save time and money, and build better services.