The User-Centred Design Community provides a structure for designers, content designers and user researchers across government to learn from each other, collaborate and share best practice.
The community also helps to promote user-centred design in all professions across government.
The User-Centred Design Community is split into communities which you can join here:
- Join the accessibility community
- Join the content community
- Join the design community
- Join the user research community
The following training sessions are open to anyone working in government:
Basic introduction to user research in government
Date: 5 March to 6 March 2019
Register for Basic introduction to user research in government
Introduction to service design training: for people from minority ethnic groups only
Date: 13 March 2019
Register for Introduction to service design training: for people from minority ethnic groups only
Introduction to accessibility
Date: 14 March 2019
Register for Introduction to accessibility
Cross-government meetup: user research and content design
Date: 1 March 2019
Register for Cross-government meetup: User Research and Content Design
If you’re interested in learning more you can find more information on the Service Manual.
You can also read updates on the community blogs:
Email UCD community with any questions about the User-Centred Design Community.