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 …
Our blogposts about the working prototype, 'beta', version of GOV.UK.
One of the first headings in the GOV.UK editorial style guide is ‘Ever-changing style guide’. And it has just changed again.
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.
Yesterday the new Trade Tariff tool on GOV.UK was released as part of the wider ‘international trade’ release. Matthew Ford, Ruby on Rails developer from Bit Zesty explores the tool in more detail.
In the spirit of iteration and continuous delivery today we are releasing a number of new tools and content items, and as usual we'd like your feedback. Neil Williams, Product Manager at GDS explains the latest release on GOV.UK.
Search is right at the centre of GOV.UK. It’s the main focus of the homepage and it appears in the corner of every single page. Many of our recent and upcoming apps such as licence finder also rely heavily on …
Every year, central and local government serve citizens and businesses through one and a half billion transactions.
After we launched the iteration of GOV.UK two weeks ago we received a lot of feedback via Twitter and email regarding the changes we had made to the visual design of the site. Alex Torrance, User Experience Designer at GDS …
We started using a new font on GOV.UK last week, and received feedback that it wasn't working in everyones browsers. Creative lead Chris Heathcote details the changes the team has made to make sure the font works well for everyone.
On Tuesday evening we made another release of changes to GOV.UK. One of the biggest areas of discussion centered around the typography changes. Ben Terrett, Head of Design, explains the choices which have been made and why.