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.
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.
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.
Design patterns are reusable solutions for common problems. In government at the moment there are a number of interaction and content design patterns that are used by service teams across departments. For example, there are patterns for how addresses should …
This is the third in our series of blog posts about new patterns looking at the 'tasks' or elements of a service. This post looks in detail at the task list pattern.
We're publishing new patterns looking at the ‘tasks’ or elements of a service. This blog post is about our new ‘check before you start' pattern.
We're publishing new patterns looking at the ‘tasks’ or elements of a service, rather than trying to create patterns for the service or license as a whole. This blog post is about our new ‘naming your service’ pattern.
We’ve talked lot about service patterns. Time to show one. This is a pattern we’re calling check before you start. The pattern is for users to check whether they can and should use a service. It could be used in services …