The Insolvency Service has published the first form made with GOV.UK Forms, our new digital form-building platform.
Digital Service Platforms
Digital Service Platforms is a common core infrastructure of shared digital systems, technology and processes on which it’s easy to build brilliant, user-centric government services. Examples include GOV.UK Pay and GOV.UK Notify.
GOV.UK Notify helped Leicester City Council to reduce the cost of the messages it sends. All it took was a little content design.
Read about why we have decided to decommission GOV.UK PaaS and what we are doing next.
Follow the GOV.UK Design System’s journey to achieving live status, what we learned along the way and plans for the future.
We’re launching a new way for civil and public servants to help us iterate the Government Digital Service’s digital products and services.
Colleagues from the GOV.UK Design System and Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs discuss how teams can help make maps in public services better.
Wondered how to migrate a 24/7 product to a serverless platform? We chat about initial user research, developing DevOps skills and the benefits of GDS's approach to this type of tech project.
This month we hear from colleagues in the GOV.UK Platform as a Service team, and from some teams across government who are using the service.
Government as a Platform (GaaP) products make it quicker and cheaper to create digital services. This month we're celebrating 4 milestones.
Many public sector organisations are feeling pressure on their services because of coronavirus. Read about the products that Government as a Platform offers that help continue essential delivery of services, and support the development of new services required by the situation.