Service design is a rapidly growing and much needed field in government. In this post, Sanjay Poyzer describes how he became a service designer and shares some steps you could take to become a service designer in government.
After running the first ever International Design in Government Conference in London last summer, we asked our community who would like to bring it to their country. In this post, we share where designers in government will get to gather next.
The User-Centred Design Community runs design crit days to let designers share their work and receive feedback on early prototypes. Find out what happens on the day and how it helps, from previous attendees.
The Cross-Government Design Community exists to build the practice of design in government and to help designers work together and support each other. The community has grown significantly in size over the past few years. There are currently 1,176 people …
Our latest cross-government design meetup focused on how we design products and services for vulnerable people. We discovered shared challenges, as well as inspiration for how to design better services while working with sensitivity.
After the success of our London conference last year, we’re helping to run 3 events around the world to help bring more designers together to build better government services. Find out where we’re going to be and how you can take part.
We carried out research to look at how the GOV.UK Design System can work with other design resources across government. Here's what we found out.
In this profile piece we talk to 3 designers at DWP Digital about their roles and why they came to work in government.
Government services ask users about their ethnicity in many different ways. See what the Race Disparity Unit has discovered so far and how you can help us design a more consistent way of getting this information.
The Design System contains styles, components and patterns to help teams in government create user-centred digital services. Here's how we developed the documentation that explains how to use them.
Earlier this year we welcomed 220 people from 26 countries to London for the first International Design in Government Conference. Here's what happened and what we're planning next.