A the start of the year we set up an international design in government community. The community now has more than 250 members from 37 countries. Here's what we've been talking about and how you can take part.
For this year's London Design Festival we brought together speakers including Dan Hill, Sarah Gold and Sarah Drummond for an event at the Design Museum. Here's what we talked about.
We talk to 3 members of the Parliamentary Digital Service about what led them to their roles, the unique challenges they face, and why collaboration is a fundamental part of their work.
Design crits are a way to get constructive feedback on works in progress. In this blog post we look at how crits can help designers and teams and offer some advice on running them.
In this post the Verify team discuss their collaborative work with local councils to design the first service patterns for local government.
Our new Design in Government series profiles design teams across departments. For this post we talk to designers at the Environment Agency about how they work and what they do.
GDS is running a series of events for the London Design Festival in September, including a Cross-Government Design Meetup at the Design Museum, which will be open to the public and free to attend.
We're planning a career day for people interested in working in design in the public sector. Read on to find out what we're planning and how to sign up.
We’re looking for talented interaction designers to help us transform government services. You’ll get to design some of the most important services in the country and your work will be used by millions. We’re developing a platform for the rest of government, …
Earlier this year we ran a day for students interested in design in the public sector. This blog post looks at what we did and what the students thought about it.
We've been working to make GOV.UK easier for users to navigate. Alex Torrance talks about some of the design elements we're introducing as part of this.