When we moved our content and publishing guidance into one place, we said we’d let you know every couple of sprints what we’ve done and what we’ll do next. So here’s our latest update. What we did We added: new …
Today we’ve published the beta of our revised publishing guidance in the new manuals format. We’ve created a sub topic ‘Content and publishing’ which we recommend you bookmark. From there you can find 4 manuals: Content design: planning, managing and …
The information in this blogpost may now be out of date. See the current GOV.UK content and publishing guidance. We recently blogged about our new standing page which brings together sources of guidance on publishing for editors. But we know that …
From time to time, we use this blog (Inside GOV.UK) to publish up to date guidance about how to use features we've added to the site. However, a few of you have said that although this works OK for timely updates, it's a real hassle …
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New regulations mean public sector bodies have a legal duty to make websites and apps accessible. Service and product owners for central government’s website, GOV.UK, need to upload an accessibility page and publishers need to upload an accessible documents policy.
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Standards and guidelines
- Apply to be the Head of Programme Delivery for GOV.UK 9 February 2021
- We’ve got a new public GOV.UK roadmap 1 February 2021
- Respecting users’ privacy on GOV.UK accounts 21 January 2021
- The technical architecture behind a GOV.UK account 7 January 2021
- Five things we’ve learned from researching the GOV.UK account 9 December 2020