Today we have a guest post from GDS alumni. Previously part of the GDS transformation programme, Natalie Taylor now works at London’s City Hall as Senior Manager for Digital Transformation.
Blogposts about the development and iteration of the GOV.UK website. You can also find info for GOV.UK publishers on our Inside GOV.UK blog, and for organisations moving to GOV.UK on our transition blog.
David Durant worked with DWP's Personal Independence Payments team to help them use agile to demonstrate their progress.
GOV.UK has just passed 2 billion visits since the site went live in October 2012.
Keeping GOV.UK running takes a lot of work. Like any website, it needs maintenance. And, as an important part of national infrastructure, it’s crucial that it has a team of people available to respond quickly to any problems as they …
GOV.UK Verify recently passed one year in public beta. Programme Director Janet Hughes talks about what the last year has involved, and why the team is focusing on the months ahead.
We’ve always said that transforming government’s approach to digital and technology would save money, and it has.
Evans Bissessar talks about the work he's been doing auditing all the gov.uk domains belonging to local authorities.
Forms specialist Caroline Jarrett talks about what makes a great form, and why you should care.
A few years ago, I stood up at the first GDS all-staff meeting and told everyone there to “look sideways”, by which I meant: don’t get stuck in silos of your own making.
The other day, while driving along a local shortcut, I was faced with a ‘road closed’ sign and had to u-turn. Beyond the sign, there was no road where road had been yesterday.