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What is GOV.UK?
Create GDS Publishing Transactions Wholesale, not just retail
Simpler, Clearer, Faster services for Users Savings and Innovation for Government
Common platform for hosting, fewer systems, less duplication of effort
How did we get here?
In 2004 the government web went from a loosely coordinated collection of websites...
to something a bit simpler... directgovbusinesslin k
A tremendous achievement, which brought enormous benefits, but it’s time to move on again directgovbusinesslin k
The web is now mainstream Users expect high quality service experiences And businesses know how to deliver them
Small teams of world-class developers, designers and managers Tight control of experience design Iterative, agile, user-focused product development
We're building GOV.UK the way Google build Google and Amazon build Amazon
We’re doing less
We’re focused on tasks - getting to the ‘quick do’
We’re optimising for the common case but not ignoring the edge case
We’re acknowledging that people start with search
We’re designing with smart phones in mind
We’re going from this... directgovbusinesslink directgovbusinesslin k
...to a single domain Mainstrea m Users & Needs Specialist Users & Needs GOV.UK
previously covered by Directgov & Business Link Mainstrea m Users & Needs Specialist Users & Needs GOV.UK
‘Whitehall’ & specialist & technical Mainstrea m Users & Needs Specialist Users & Needs GOV.UK previously covered by Directgov & Business Link
With a consistent design approach Mainstrea m Users & Needs Specialist Users & Needs GOV.UK
With properly managed search Mainstrea m Users & Needs Specialist Users & Needs GOV.UK
And a single technology platform Mainstrea m Users & Needs Specialist Users & Needs GOV.UK
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‘Learn it once’ design Mainstrea m Users & Needs Specialist Users & Needs
Easy to find what you want Mainstrea m Users & Needs Specialist Users & Needs
Get things done quickly Mainstrea m Users & Needs Specialist Users & Needs
Simpler, Clearer, Faster Services for Users Savings and Innovation for Governmen t Mainstrea m Users & Needs Specialist Users & Needs
User Experience Design Making things for people..
The right tools for the job How to choose a web / bespoke development company.
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