GDS are recruiting two Deputy Directors to work on the GOV.UK Programme. Find out what roles will be available and what it's like to work in GOV.UK.
We’ve recently updated the GOV.UK proposition, which sets out what government information and services should go on the GOV.UK website. Find out what we’ve changed and why.
GOV.UK Data Labs tells the story of the Discovery phase of building a Knowledge graph, which we call govGraph. This graph representation of GOV.UK content and its relationships to other government ‘things’ has powered apps and insights. We are now leveraging Natural Language Processing to enrich the graph further.
What do we mean when we talk about being mobile first? This blog post outlines how we are improving GOV.UK to better meet the needs of users on mobile devices.
GDS needs more talented people to help us achieve our vision for the future of GOV.UK. Find out what roles will be available and what it's like to work in GOV.UK.
The GOV.UK team at GDS has launched our roadmap for 2020 to 2021. Find out what we’re looking to accomplish in the coming period, and hear about our priority areas of work.
GDS is launching an ‘Introduction to Content Design’ course on FutureLearn. Sign up now and read about one learner’s experience from the course pilot we ran last year.
Find out how the Platform Health team at GOV.UK introduced a prioritisation system for fixing bugs, how they iterated it, and how you can use their approach.
User research helps us understand how people use GOV.UK and what we can do to improve their experience. Find out how a designer and a developer undertook pop-up research to test GOV.UK search on mobile devices.
When a government reshuffle happens, a lot of changes need to happen across GOV.UK, quickly. Find out how GDS worked with colleagues across government to manage changes, and what we're doing to prepare for the next one.
We've been applying the new Service Standard to content on GOV.UK. Find out how to map tasks within an end-to-end service to improve user journeys.