We’ve already written about how we’ve worked to identify user needs for GOV.UK, so now I’d like to explain a bit more about what happens next - how does a need become published content or a tool on the site?
GOV.UK is now into its second day as the new place to find government services and information, and I’d like to share some highlights from our first 24 hours.
Today we’ve released some quite big changes to GOV.UK designed to make it easier to find content, and to find your way around. I’m here to to give an overview of what’s changed and why, and then others in the …
We’re doing a lot of user testing over the summer, and Sarah Prag has a quick update on a couple of things we’ve already changed based on what we’ve learnt so far.
As Tom explained back in January, the GOV.UK beta is a work in progress. We've been hard at work behind the scenes since then, and today we're releasing a new batch of content, as well as the next iteration of …
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