What we’ve been working on since the last update, and what we plan to do next.
Head of GOV.UK.
Neil tweets as @neillyneil
Regular readers will be familiar with our fortnightly “roadmap update” posts. In response to feedback we’ve dropped the jargon and will call these posts “what we’re working on” from now. Having been dutifully quiet for the election period, here’s a …
Your regular round-up of recent and planned changes to GOV.UK, including the April issue of the product development roadmap.
In case you missed them, here are two posts relevant to GOV.UK which were published on the GDS design notes blog this week: Designing with data(bases) - a post about using data to inform the design of GOV.UK publication pages Can I use the GOV.UK …
Your regular round-up of recent and planned changes to GOV.UK.
Three posts about GOV.UK from other blogs, in case you missed them:
We publish updates roughly fortnightly listing what the team has done and is doing next to improve GOV.UK. Once a month we include the latest version of the full product roadmap which looks further ahead. Download the March roadmap (updated …
Throughout January 2015, we gave people in our product and infrastructure teams the freedom to work on anything they liked so long as it was good for GOV.UK.
We publish updates roughly fortnightly to share what the team has done and is doing next to improve GOV.UK. In the past 2 weeks, in addition to making essential updates to content and applications, we’ve continued to give people in …
We publish updates roughly fortnightly to share what the team has been doing and is doing next to improve GOV.UK.
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A blog about running and improving the GOV.UK website, for anyone who is working on GOV.UK or interested in how the digital home of the UK government works. Written by the GOV.UK Team
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- Moving our most-used publishing tool to the GOV.UK design system 8 February 2024
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- Experimenting with how generative AI could help GOV.UK users 18 January 2024
- In numbers: How people used GOV.UK in 2023 8 January 2024