Users sometimes want to switch between different types of content on GOV.UK. We've been experimenting with a new way of doing this.
We've been working on improving publishing times for GOV.UK content. One of the ways we've been doing this is by optimising caching.
'Supergroups' help users find relevant content on GOV.UK by grouping document types together. Here's what we've been doing to improve them.
We've been working on creating a single sitewide taxonomy for GOV.UK. Find out how what this means for people across government who publish content to GOV.UK.
Users can struggle to find what they need when they navigate through GOV.UK. Topic pages will help them find what they're looking for more easily.
We've been working on improving the tools government organisations use to publish content, and the way they use data to make sure that content stays useful.
In the first 2 quarters of 2017 to 2018, some of GOV.UK’s content designers led improvement projects with government departments on specific content areas. The goal was to improve our understanding of user needs and iterate content to meet those …
We’ve been working closely with the Department for Transport (DfT) and its agencies to support them to improve their content and make it easier to find on GOV.UK. Here's what we’ve learned from doing an audit of 7,396 content items, …
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 …
The Modelling Services team recently blogged about the launch of step by step navigation. This is a new navigation pattern that shows users all the content and transactions they need to complete a service, on GOV.UK and beyond.