Last quarter, a multidisciplinary team explored how we can improve the transaction (or ‘start page’) content format. A start page marks the point in the user’s journey where they move from finding out information on GOV.UK to completing a transaction …
When a new digital service is ready to be launched, GDS works with the department or agency behind it to create a starting point for the service. This is the point where a user moves from finding out information on …
At the start of every tax year, we make a large number of content changes to GOV.UK. As the majority of these changes relate to increases in tax rates and thresholds, we call this process ‘uprating’.
The Insolvency Service approached us last year with the idea of creating some content to help people in debt find out what options are available to them. We thought it would be useful too, and suggested we develop it together. …
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A blog about running and improving the GOV.UK website, for people who create or manage content on the site, frequent users and anyone else who is interested. Written by the GOV.UK team.
Act now to comply with new accessibility regulations
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.
Find out how your public sector organisation is impacted at GOV.UK/accessibility-regulations.
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