A team on GOV.UK is working to improve browsing on GOV.UK. Find out more about why we’re doing this work and see what we’ve got planned over the next months.
You can find more information about content design as a profession in the Digital, Data and Technology Capability Framework.
We’re looking at new content models and strategies to support the ways in which GOV.UK is developing to meet changing user needs. Here’s an overview of our thinking and the work we’ve done so far.
New social media platforms and trends, and trends on these platforms, spring up all the time. To keep users of the GDS Social Media Playbook informed, Vanessa Schneider highlights key changes and updates.
You can now sign up for the September run of ‘Introduction to content design’ on FutureLearn. In this post, we share why and how we built and ran the course, and what we’ve learnt so far.
Content design lets users understand exactly what they need to do and when. It’s a way of translating complex policy into an easy to understand format. Learn more about content design and how its helped government in this month’s podcast.
We’re launching an ‘Introduction to Content Design’ course on FutureLearn and you can register now. In this post, we talk about how the course works and who it’s for.
The content community team is working to build effective, adaptable and scalable learning experiences for content designers across the public sector. Here's what we're doing to make learning work for everyone.
At GDS we offer training for content designers around government to help them write for GOV.UK. Here's how we've developed our training to make sure it best meets user needs.
As GOV.UK marks its sixth birthday, we look at how step by step navigation on the site is making things better for users.
We're not huge fans of PDFs on GOV.UK. We hope this post will help publishers explain to colleagues the problems with using them and support moving towards an HTML-first culture.