We’re always looking to improve GOV.UK for users, including government publishers. Here is how we identified some of the next improvements to the publishing experience.
Vision and plans
The GOV.UK Team has updated its roadmap to reflect what we’ve shipped, what we’re working on and what we’re exploring up to spring 2022. Read on to find out what the team is up to.
Find out how we’re meeting changing users’ expectations by evolving our architecture and infrastructure to be platforms and services.
Our 2020 to 2021 public roadmap shows what we’ve recently shipped, what’s up next and what we’re exploring. It lets everyone see what we’re doing to make GOV.UK work better for all its users.
We are working on and learning about the technical architecture behind building an account through our GOV.UK account trial on the Brexit checker.
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.
For the past few weeks, we've been working on making improvements to the GOV.UK publishing pipeline. Here's what we've done so far and what's coming next.
Over the coming months, we are working to improve sections of GOV.UK that relate to government departments and agencies (what we define as ‘organisations’).
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.
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, …