A step by step of how designers on the GOV.UK Forms team used consequence scanning to help their team understand the risks in their service and how to address them.
The International Design in Government continues to grow and convene — and we’re bigger than ever before. We have over 3,500 members on Slack and regularly have 40 to 50 people joining our calls. The last time we blogged, we …
How the GOV.UK Design System team investigated ways to support government service users, balancing functionality with the user need for privacy and discretion.
The heads of design across government are starting a new initiative to make our work more transparent and open. We want to share what we are doing with designers in government and open a dialog between designers and the design leadership.
Read about how the GOV.UK Design System team updated their contribution model to help the community get more involved.
A new iteration of the Introduction to Content Design course is back after a two-year break! This is an open course with no limit on the number of spaces.
Content designers share how they collaborated across departments on GOV.UK One Login.
In this blog post Serena outlines how you can use scenario building workshops to understand the consequences of design decisions and imagine different futures
In this post designers share how they designed and ran a 1 day design sprint, and what they learned along the way.
The GOV.UK Design System team plans to update the typography scale in the Design System making it better for users and service teams.
We often forget that some people struggle with numbers, which can make our services really hard to use. But, there are things you can do to make your services more accessible.