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About the Design in government blog

If you are doing design work in the public sector, we’d love to share your thoughts, patterns, ideas and stories on this blog. Use this form to let us know what you’d like to write about. 

The goal is to be open about what design in government and the public sector looks like, to share ideas and generate discussions with designers everywhere. We’re interested in all types of design, including content, graphic, interaction, and service design.

The blog is run by Hannah Jump, senior service designer at the Government Digital Service (GDS), John Newton, content designer at the UK Health Security Agency, and Kay Dale, senior service designer at GDS. You can write us an email, find us on the cross-government Slack or write us a message on Twitter.

We’re a community of designers working across government and the public sector.

This blog is to help us work openly, share our ideas and start conversations with designers everywhere.

We’re interested in:

  • content design
  • graphic design
  • interaction design
  • service design

If you’ve got an idea for a blog post, use this form to tell us what you’d like to write about.

Or, you can email us.