Over 180 million Covid-19 rapid lateral flow tests have been offered to the public. Senior content designer Ben Clancy explains how they made the tests’ printed instructions easy to understand.
The Department for Education has contributed a new checkbox to the GOV.UK Design System that lets users explicitly tell us none of the other options apply.
We reviewed the work of designers and design-minded professionals across the UK government and identified 5 main areas where they are addressing climate change.
Content designer John Newton explains how to develop, prototype and test easy read guidance for users with lower literacy levels and cognitive disabilities.
As we look to bring the spirit of the Service Standard to lower volume forms, we need volunteers to read some draft Service Manual guidance, try to follow the guidance, and give us feedback on both the guidance and any impact it had.
We are making some visual improvements to links on GOV.UK to make them more accessible and easier to read.
In Cabinet Office, we are looking for designers to join us and work on services that matter and are genuinely user-centred.
An overview of the achievements of the GDS user-centered design communities team; and how community members benefited.
Read about the new remote crit format for the public sector, why it’s useful and how to participate.
In this blog post, senior service designer Alex Lee documents the design decisions that helped a team deliver an emergency service in just 34 days.
This blog post reflects on how the GDS user-centred design (UCD) communities worked together to advocate for UCD across government and deliver better public services.