A step by step of how designers on the GOV.UK Forms team used consequence scanning to help their team understand the risks in their service and how to address them.
If you’re considering a route into user-centred design in government but don’t know where to begin, our guide on how to land your first junior role will help.
Read for tips on how and why to embed design training within your organisation
The ‘Introduction to service design’ has run as an agile service since 2018 – 35 times so far. The training evolves every time. We share how it works and why this matters.
At our career events, attendees often ask us what a day in the life of a designer looks like. In this blog post, 3 interaction designers in different career stages are telling.
To create government forms easily and quickly, we realised our platform needed to not only use the GOV.UK Design System for but go beyond it.
In this blog post, we give an overview of the design recruitment process and what to expect once you’ve applied for a job.
Read about the results from past GOV.UK Design System user experience surveys and complete the 2022 survey to tell us about your experience with the Design System.
As the International Design in Government community turns 5, we look back on what has happened in the last few years and how it continues to evolve.
We found that careers events for underrepresented groups is one of the most effective ways to increase the diversity of our team. Here’s how to run one in 14 steps.
Many designers in government either began, or have had extensive careers, in the private sector before joining the Civil Service. In this blog post, they share some of the differences they observed.