Sulthan Ahmed, Technical Lead and Lead Developer for DDaT at the Home Office, writes about never having to remember another password since the creation of a new design pattern to securely identify users. It’s been created by the Home Office and endorsed by the Government Digital Service (GDS).
The Home Office Digital Internship and Junior Development Programme goes from strength to strength. There's a new crop of interns across 5 professions and recognition for the programme's lead, Hannah Turner, as a Rising Star.
Senior interaction designer Eliot Hill explains a new tagging system that shows the confidence levels in user journeys during various stages of the design process.
Matthew Skelton, Engineering Lead for Immigration Technology, tells how the adoption of Continuous Delivery at the Home Office was boosted by a visit from industry expert Dave Farley.
User researcher Amy Everett shares the thoughts of fellow researchers and designers on the evolving role of the digital inclusion scale.
Kate Tarling talks about a list of services created by the Home Office, that it delivers, or delivers a part of, as external users would know them.
Graphic designer Sue Spevack explains the story behind the new Home Office 'Design accessible services' poster set.
Former Service Standard Manager Natasha Ennals shares her experience of digital service assessments and building a community of trained assessors.
User researcher intern Craig Beaton tells how he's building on his research qualifications with a career at the Home Office.
Kate Tarling explains how the Home Office is taking a federal view when it comes to setting out the different levels at which service designers work.
Beth Dixon shares her experiences of her first few months as an interaction design intern at the Home Office.