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GOV.UK is the best place to find government services and information online. The best way to get there is to type www.gov.uk into your browser.
Following yesterday’s budget announcement, we thought it would be interesting to look at how GOV.UK performed on the day compared with budget day last year.
Last autumn we shared early results of testing various versions of the GOV.UK ‘Thank You’ page. First introduced a year ago, people see this page once they’ve bought their tax disc via GOV.UK. People are generally more open to trying …
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Sarah Richards is Head of Content Design at GDS. We sat down with her recently to ask some simple questions: What is content design? What difference does it make?
Katy Arnold is a User Researcher at the Home Office. The Home Office Visas exemplar is one of 25 projects leading the digital transformation of government. Our role is to make sure that what we build meets the needs of …
In celebration of International Women’s Day we’re dedicating our weekend links to the work and achievements of women – in tech, in history and in innovation. Join the conversation on Twitter @GDSTeam.
) This week, Cath Richardson and Jon Rimmer talk about some of the user research methods we are using at GDS to help us understand how people use our online services.
Today is World Book Day, so we thought it would be fun to look back through history and find out about some civil servants who dabbled as authors on the side.