To celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day, here’s what GOV.UK has been doing in the last year to make the site accessible for all users.
Here’s how we improved the feedback component on GOV.UK by making it more accessible and more resilient.
We explain what scroll tracking is, why the original scroll tracker wasn't fit for purpose, why we built a new one, and some of the complexities involved.
On 5 January 2022, some GOV.UK users saw errors when accessing the site. Here’s what happened and how we responded.
We’ve been working to improve translations on GOV.UK to make sure they’re as accessible as possible to our millions of users in the UK and abroad. Here’s how we made technical fixes to make translations better.
The GOV.UK Team has updated its roadmap to reflect what we’ve shipped, what we’re working on and what we’re exploring up to spring 2022. Read on to find out what the team is up to.
We’ve made design changes to the GOV.UK homepage to improve its accessibility and make it a better user experience for the millions of people that visit it every week.
Learn why and how we updated the GOV.UK sitewide menu bar.
We updated an accordion component to be more accessible and here’s how we did it.
Find out how we’re meeting changing users’ expectations by evolving our architecture and infrastructure to be platforms and services.
We’ve been working on how we use the feedback left on GOV.UK to support users' needs during the pandemic.