Andrew Travers, Chris Taylor and Michael Owen describe how the Home Office is using design ops to create quality, efficient and scalable digital services.
Michael is a designer working for Home Office Digital. He spends his time designing user interfaces for a variety of Home Office services and systems.
Amy Everett and Michael Owen explain the purpose and content of their prototyping course and tell what they've learnt along the way.
Senior designer Michael Owen explains how design standards can help inform good design choices
In a team as big as Home Office Digital, there’s always the danger that we replicate each other's work. Knowing what others are working on or have worked on becomes really important. But what’s the best way to do this …
Every designer should care about accessibility. Designs from designers who don’t care end up excluding people, and that’s simply not acceptable.
I was asked this week to explain my design process for a designer who recently joined Home Office Digital. As a designer, I really like patterns. In the design world, a pattern is a set of regular decisions taken to …
Looking back at my first 4 months as a new designer for Home Office Digital, I can’t believe how much I have learned and how much I‘ve changed as a designer.
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