As the subject of over 100,000 Google searches a month, we know people are still looking to GOV.UK for information on coronavirus. So when we discovered the page was not meeting changing user needs, we made some improvements.
We strive to make GOV.UK the most user friendly site possible. Here is how we improved subtopic pages to meet user needs better.
We tested our design changes to the GOV.UK topic pages, and now we’re rolling out to all our users. Read about the A/B test and what changes we’re making.
We’ve made design changes to the GOV.UK homepage to improve its accessibility and make it a better user experience for the millions of people that visit it every week.
We’ve been working on how we use the feedback left on GOV.UK to support users' needs during the pandemic.
We've been testing machine learning algorithms to suggest related links for our content pages. Find out what we've done and what's next.
We're improving our site search on GOV.UK to be more reliable and relevant for users. Find out what we've done and what we plan to do next.
GOV.UK is a large and complex website that uses a range of different layouts and design elements. We've been improving the site's user experience by tackling design debt and building a universal navigation system.
We’ve made huge strides over the past year towards our vision of a single sitewide taxonomy that powers front end navigation. Find out what we've done and what's next.
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.