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.
Vision and plans
Over 700,000 people receive email updates from GOV.UK. These notifications help people find out when government information they’re interested in changes. At GOV.UK, we’re working on making it easier for people to sign up to receive the notifications they need, …
We’re working to design, document, and prepare to support a public API for GOV.UK content. We are inviting expressions of interest from those who want to publish GOV.UK content elsewhere, or use GOV.UK content to build things, so that we …
We started a new 2017 to 2018 roadmap in April 2017.
On 3 April 2017, GOV.UK began its new roadmap. Here’s a summary of what we delivered in the final quarter of the 2016 to 2017 roadmap, and the work that’s to follow.
I thought it would be interesting to share how we went about making the GOV.UK roadmap for the 2017 to 2018 financial year. So in this post I’ve distilled the process down to the main things we did, and are …
The goal for GOV.UK in the next financial year is: “make the single domain work harder for users”.
Here’s an update on what GOV.UK has been up to in the third quarter (Q3) of this financial year (October to December), and our plans for the last quarter (now until April).
One of the aims for the GOV.UK roadmap this year was to understand more about how digital tools could improve consultations. In Q3 of this year we hired The Democratic Society and Snook to carry out a 6 week discovery.
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.