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 …
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It's been a while since I've done one of these posts about other posts. So as it's Christmas, here's a list of things written by other people. They are interesting, I promise.
It’s an increasingly tough commission, the birthday blog post.
It’s been a while since we last blogged about how the GOV.UK content team is structured. Our 2015 post about changes to the content design team explained we created 4 teams in order to develop knowledge in a subject areas and …
Here’s an example of how a multi-disciplinary team of user researchers, performance analysts, content designers and developers work together to improve the user experience on GOV.UK.
In December last year I got a very exciting call. A month later I started as Government Digital Service’s (GDS) first junior content designer.
At GOV.UK we get an average of 120 product support requests a month from the public and organisations across government.
While of course I would hope that you're not thinking about or doing work things over the weekend, here are a couple of posts from other GDS blogs that you might find interesting.
We’ve just finished improving the application we use on GOV.UK for postcode matching. It’s used to give a result for ‘local transactions’ and ‘find my nearest’ formats. Local transactions help users find services and content that are provided by their …
Here are a couple of blog posts from the other GDS teams that caught my eye.