The team moved GOV.UK to a container based platform, which makes GOV.UK more secure, easier to scale and eliminates repetitive tasks for developers.
There’s a new and improved campaign template for communicators across government to use on GOV.UK. Read what’s changed and how we’ve tested it.
Moving across to Google Analytics 4 is a major project. Here’s how we’re preparing for the move.
In this blog post, we explain the technical details of removing the jQuery library from GOV.UK’s public facing applications and the performance impact it had for our users.
Removing jQuery from GOV.UK was a huge yet manageable task that led to improved code and performance gains across the site. This is how and why we did this work.
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 reduced the time and effort it takes to create content on GOV.UK by improving the pasting of formatted content. Here’s why and how we did it.
We’ve improved shareable previews which makes it easier for publishers on GOV.UK to share drafts of their work. Here’s why we did it and how.
Read why we shared our Related Content recommender tool with the algorithmic transparency pilot.
On 30 to 31 May 2022 users of GOV.UK were unable to subscribe and unsubscribe from email alerts to page changes. Read to find out what happened and our response.
We do a deep dive into what we've learned from the Real User Monitoring (RUM) data that we started collecting in June last year.