The digital by default service standard went fully live in April. That means that, in line with the Government Digital Strategy, all new and redesigned public facing services have to meet this standard.
A quick walk around our offices and you’ll see that vertical surfaces, whether wall or not, are both covered and coveted.
Back in May, we wrote a short post explaining why we write the name of our website as GOV.UK, in capitals, and the URL as www.gov.uk, so that people know it’s a URL
On Wednesday Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Digital’s Civil Claims service removed its orange beta banner and became the latest exemplar to go live.
Today we’re announcing that more than 100 digital and technology experts have been brought into government departments over the last 12 months to drive the digital transformation of public services. We’ve known all along that if we want to transform …
We spend a lot of time banging on about sharing. Sharing code, sharing design ideas, sharing everything so that others can benefit.
If you hold a UK or European (GB) patent, you can now renew it more quickly and easily using a simple online service.
Over the last couple of months we’ve run search engine optimisation and analytics workshop sessions for content designers in government departments and agencies.
We recently held our first ever video production workshop with a small group of participants from the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG). The aim was to pass on what we’ve learned about making films in the last couple of …
Recently, GDS took part in the Whitehall Schools Conference. The conference is for bright 12-13 year olds from underrepresented backgrounds, and shows them the career opportunities available to them in the Civil Service.