The 'getting married abroad smart answer' helps British nationals find out if and how they can get married in another country.
The migration team is migrating GOV.UK’s formats to the new publishing platform. This will mean that the template consolidation team can reduce the number of templates used on GOV.UK making it easier to manage. What are formats? Formats are basically …
We’re Ronni Taylor and Phil Hogg and we’re both HMRC content designers. We usually work in HMRC’s Manchester Digital Design Centre but for 2 weeks in August we moved down south to work alongside our GDS colleagues in London. It’s …
Twice a year the user research team runs a benchmarking exercise so we can see how GOV.UK performs. It’s really important to constantly monitor how we’re doing to identify changes in trends that we should be focussing efforts on.
Our team is here to simplify the GOV.UK frontend architecture and design, so that it’s simpler and faster for us to iterate, making way for exciting improvements in the future.
I’m Trisha Doyle, the Head of Content Design for GDS, and I want to tell you about our work on GOV.UK’s content operating model, following on from Neil Williams’ blog post about it a few months ago.
Where do you start when doing a discovery into so much content? We had 6 weeks to sensibly review and make recommendations about GOV.UK content for international users - not an easy task when GOV.UK has thousands of pages.
Checking someone’s criminal record isn’t straightforward. In some cases, employers must check someone’s criminal record, but in others it’s a criminal offence to request a check.
Some of the content designers at GDS have recently worked on making GOV.UK mainstream pensions content clearer, reducing duplication and improving user journeys. This work’s been informed by research about retirement carried out by the GDS service team, plus research by …
The Finding Things team have completed their mission to rebuild and simplify GOV.UK’s tagging infrastructure!