The .gov.uk domain name application guidance is the first piece of government technology content to use the new step-by-step pattern. Here’s how we made it happen and the benefits of displaying the content in this way for users.
The Future Networks for Government (FN4G) programme started in 2018 to look at the role of the Public Services Network (PSN). Here’s an update of what we’ve done so far and what we expect to achieve by March 2020.
Find out about the Canadian government’s cross-government API Store, how the DVSA improved staff morale with mobile working, tips on delivering APIs as a product manager and more.
Emerging technologies are creating lots of buzz and the Government Digital Service (GDS) has released guidance on how the public sector should think about using these solutions.
The standards that underpin GOV.UK Verify have always been open but we started coding as a private project. Here’s a recap of our journey to coding in the open.
We held our first Consulting Technical Architects (CTA) drop-in at the GDS offices in Whitechapel at the start August. The half-day session was attended by technologists from a range of government departments and we plan to run this drop-in clinic …
Service team developers no longer need to test on Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 (old versions of IE) when following our ‘designing for different browsers and devices’ guidance.
The Consulting Technical Architect team is part of the Service Design and Assurance group at GDS. Read on to find out who we are, what we do and how we can help your organisation.
StackTech is an unconference that brings together technologists from departments across the country. Unlike a traditional conference, attendees pitch ideas on the day and then run sessions. The third StackTech took place at the end of October this year. Summarising an …
I’ve been at GDS for the last 5 years and I’ve spent most of this time as a technical architect. I’d like to share how we’re tackling some of the biggest technical architecture challenges at the centre of government.