Last week, Pauline Ferris wrote about the process we went through to decide which central government websites are exempt from the move to GOV.UK. Today we've published this list. As Pauline said, this list will change over time. As organisations and their …
Etienne Pollard is a deputy director at GDS.
Last Tuesday I wrote about how we identified the things users need from government online, and how that’s guided the building of GOV.UK. Today I’m going to tell you bit more about how that’s helped us ensure that GOV.UK meets …
As we build up to the release of GOV.UK next week, it seems like a good moment to reflect on the big idea behind GOV.UK. As ever, it all starts with users.
Here’s a round up of some of the things we’ve been up to over the last week in the GOV.UK team
We’ve had a lot of feedback on our recent call for developers to join us at GDS. The biggest message by far was that the application process wasn’t very user-friendly. We agree, it needs to be improved. So we’re going …
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