Andrew Travers, Chris Taylor and Michael Owen describe how the Home Office is using design ops to create quality, efficient and scalable digital services.
Chris is the Interaction Design Lead for Home Office Digital, Data and Technology, where he leads the Interaction Design profession. He's worked in the digital and creative industries for more than 10 years as a designer and illustrator.
Delivery teams across the Home Office spend a lot of time observing and testing ideas with users. It’s an essential component of user centred design and helps us understand if our ideas work.
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A blog about how we're improving Home Office services.
- Making our design system a useful tool for teams 25 October 2021
- Establishing the Home Office User Research Ethics Board 12 October 2021
- Converging our DevOps platforms 7 September 2021