The existing homepage didn't make it clear that government statistics are produced independently of ministers. We've changed it for a couple of reasons. Firstly, the heading 'Departments and policy' was misleading because the section includes other agencies and public bodies. Secondly, …
We’ve recently been working on a tool called the business finance and support finder. It’s designed to help visitors find government funding and support for their business and was in need of a review having not been worked on for …
Right from the beginning of GOV.UK, we knew we wanted to provide a single place where users could get help using the site. We called it 'support', as the sections within it were broad. The content was originally gathered from product …
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Standards and guidelines
- Five lessons from how we approached scoping a whole user journey 4 May 2021
- Scoping the “starting and sustaining a business” whole user journey 28 April 2021
- We’re hiring more technologists for GOV.UK 9 April 2021
- 4 tips when applying for a job at GOV.UK 31 March 2021
- Reflections on the GOV.UK accounts trial so far 16 March 2021