On Friday 28 February, we’ll be holding our first GOV.UK content clinic, at the Department for Transport in London. Find out what to expect and how to sign up.
Content clinics: what they are
Content clinics are open to any departmental or agency editor writing, editing and publishing content on GOV.UK.
It’s an open forum where you can ask (and answer) any questions about content, style and publishing. GDS content designers will be there to help out and give updates on new functionality that’s planned for the site.
The event will be a great opportunity to meet editors from other departments and agencies and learn from their experiences.
When, where and book a place
The first content clinic will take place on Friday 28 February:
- at the Department for Transport, 33 Horseferry Rd, London SW1P 4DR
- from 3 pm to 4 pm
To book a place using Eventbrite, you’ll need the password: GOV.UKcontent.
The session will feature a guest appearance from Lorena Sutherland (content lead for Office of the Public Guardian). She’s had loads of experience convincing colleagues to open government content up to everyone.
We’ll be organising future content clinics every month.