As GOV.UK marks its sixth birthday, we look at how step by step navigation on the site is making things better for users.
You can find more information about content design as a profession in the Digital, Data and Technology Capability Framework.
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.
Learn more about the single, evidence-based style guide we're helping DWP create to bring a consistent customer experience.
The content designer community gathered for ConCon7 last month. Find out what was on the agenda and why it was the most inspiring cross-government conference yet.
The way government thinks about services is changing and so is the way we write guidance for the Service Manual. Here’s what we’ve done so far on our new guidance model and what’s coming up next.
A GDS content designer shares some tips on how content designers can work effectively as part of a product or service team.
Doing complex tasks like ‘starting a business’ or ‘learning to drive’ means users have to find lots of different pieces of content and interact with government lots of times. We’ve been working to take all these bits and pieces and build them into a coherent service journey, which will be displayed on a single page.
ConCon is the cross-government content conference. A biannual learning festival bringing together colleagues from across government to share good practice, tackle shared challenges, and find new ways to collaborate.
We’ve been developing a new design system for government services. GOV.UK Design System will contain all the styles, components and design patterns that teams in government need to create user-centred digital services.
We want to make it easier for users to find what they need on GOV.UK. So, we partnered with the Department for Transport and its agencies to transform the GOV.UK transport content.