On 10 October, we’re hosting a government event at Aviation House in London to showcase the work that GOV.UK has been doing in the last quarter, and to show what’s coming up.
We’ve invited government employees whose work depends on GOV.UK (publishers, mainly), people from websites that GOV.UK regularly links off to, and people whose organisations rely on content from GOV.UK.
We want to:
- update everyone on our Q2 roadmap progress
- talk about our plans for Q3
- show and tell what we’ve done and are doing
We’ll start by looking at what GOV.UK is and how we’re structured. We’ll then be looking at our performance. We want to talk through how much we’ve done from our roadmap, but also the performance of GOV.UK as a site.
I’ll then be talking about the roadmap in more detail, and the things that are changing, like the work we’re doing that wasn’t on the roadmap before. I’ll also talk about the difficult decisions we’ve made where something has had to come off the roadmap.
We’ll have a number of lightning (quick) talks, including:
- The GOV.UK user research panel - Katie Taylor, Head of User Research
- Support work analysis and our response rates - Liz Lutgendorff, Senior Programme Analyst
- Switching from Local Directgov to ‘Local links manager’ - Mark McLeod, Product Manager
- Campaigns, consultations and the GOV.UK platform - Charles Davie, Proposition Manager
- Content improvements - Cat Gordy, Deputy Head of Content
- Finding Things and our education improvement theme - Holly Garrett, Product Manager
- Content operating model - our plan and user research findings - Trisha Doyle, Head of Content
We’ll make sure there is plenty of time for questions.
Apply for a place
We have just a few spaces available left for the event. If you’d like to attend, please comment below and we’ll be in touch. You'll also be able to follow the event on the day online. We'll follow up with details nearer the time.
Jennifer Allum is GOV.UK's Lead Product Manager. You should follow Jen on Twitter.