Last year Ed Horsford made a copy of the entire Service Manual for some user research. In this blog post he looks at to use the Wget command line utility to create copies of large amounts of content.
Senior interaction designer @GDSteam. Former design lead for UK passport renewal service and gov.uk/performance
We're building an autocomplete – we've started by building one for users to provide country and territory information. Here's why we're developing it and what we've done so far.
We recently updated the colours used by the alpha and beta phase banners on GOV.UK. The primary reason we made the change is for accessibility.
Last week we carried out some work on the GOV.UK code syntax highlighting to make it more accessible. We updated the colours used in code examples on GOV.UK to make them more legible. The previous colours used a default colour scheme …
In a few of our recent research sessions, we saw users get to the end of the service and bookmark the confirmation page. We asked them why they did this - generally it was so they could return later and check …
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