Service design is a rapidly growing and much needed field in government. In this post, Sanjay Poyzer describes how he became a service designer and shares some steps you could take to become a service designer in government.
Our latest cross-government design meetup focused on how we design products and services for vulnerable people. We discovered shared challenges, as well as inspiration for how to design better services while working with sensitivity.
After the success of our London conference last year, we’re helping to run 3 events around the world to help bring more designers together to build better government services. Find out where we’re going to be and how you can take part.
We carried out research to look at how the GOV.UK Design System can work with other design resources across government. Here's what we found out.
In this profile piece we talk to 3 designers at DWP Digital about their roles and why they came to work in government.
The Design System contains styles, components and patterns to help teams in government create user-centred digital services. Here's how we developed the documentation that explains how to use them.
It's important for designers to think - even at the alpha stage - about how the service they’re working on will be delivered. Here are some ways you can do that.
The GOV.UK Design System contains styles, components and patterns to help teams design and build services. In this post we look at how we're helping people from across government contribute to it.
We're holding a Service Design in Government show and tell on 22 June which is open to everyone. Find out why we're doing it and what we'll be talking about.
We talk to 3 members of the HMRC Digital team about how design works in the department, what brought them to government and the rewards of designing for user needs.