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Podcast: GOV.UK Design System

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Tim Paul and Laura Stevens record a segment for the Government Digital Service podcast on the GOV.UK Design System

For February’s episode of the GDS Podcast, Laura Stevens, Creative Content Producer at GDS, talks to Tim Paul, Head of Interaction Design and Product Manager of the GOV.UK Design System at GDS, about how the GOV.UK Design System works, who uses it, how to measure its value, and other design systems across government. The episode also features 2 users of the design system: Adam Silver, Interaction Designer at the Department for Education, and Emma Lewis, Lead Frontend Developer at the London Borough of Hackney.

The Global Digital Marketplace Programme: Moving into alpha

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GDS currently works with five partner countries across the world to help them design out corruption through user-centred approaches to procurement. This blog showcases the work from the initial alpha workshops and what’s next for the programme.

Participate in Services Week 2020

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After a successful first edition in 2019, Services Week returns as a cross-government event series dedicated to end-to-end, user-focused services. Government organisations all across the country will be offering workshops, training, meet-ups and talks. This blog post tells you what to expect and how to participate.

GOV.UK Notify is sending messages for more than 1,500 services across the public sector

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GOV.UK Notify, the government’s messaging platform, is now used in more than 1,500 services across the public sector. It is open to service teams in central and local government, the NHS and emergency services to communicate quickly, cheaply and reliably with their users.