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Useful links for new designers

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When we welcome new designers to growing digital design community in government we often send round a bunch of useful links. In the spirit of Mike's 'publish don't send' I thought it was better to stick them up here so we have a url to point to.

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Useful links for new designers
The principles on which the design of our services are built. If in doubt, always refer back to these.
The service manual, a brilliant resource, with information not only about your own role, but how your role fits in to the wider team. If you’ve never worked with a content designer or a researcher before, this will help explain what they do and how they compliment and support your role.
The GDS Blog - less of a ‘tool’ but something to keep you in touch with the broader work of GDS
A blog about the design of GDS services, again, good to read to get a general idea of how things are progressing
A working wiki on current designs in progress. A good way to test your theories / see what has been done before.
If you’re familiar with Github, this might also help — if you’re not, please don’t worry, we’ll explain this in due course.


I’m Ben, Director of Design at GDS. You can follow me on twitter @benterrett

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