What the Site Would Look Like if the Daily Mail Ran It

The Daily Mail is up in arms over the site winning the Design of the Year award, because, among other things, it 'doesn't have enough pictures'. So we've donned our Daily Mail-editor hats, and re-imagined what sort of visual wares the Mail would use to illustrate all the little bits of everyone's favourite government portal. Read More >>

Why Our Simple Gov.UK Website Was Named the Best Design of the Year

When was the last time you tried to find a government form on the Internet? For me, it was a few months back, trying to track down an absentee ballot. I was amazed at the labyrinth of independent sites I had to visit before I found what I was looking for. Bringing the web presence of an entire government under one roof is a Sisyphean task, and the UK is one of the only countries that's managed to do it, with, a one-stop-web-shop that launched earlier this year. Read More >>

The 7 Best Designs of the Year

The Design Museum's Designs of the Year awards showcase the most innovative and imaginative designs from around the world, over the past year, spanning seven categories: Architecture, Digital, Fashion, Furniture, Graphics, Transport and Product. Here are the winners for each category, just announced today. Read More >>

internet is The Future of Boring Government Web Sites

The UK government has launched the first public beta test version of its newly built web site, which aims to save around £50m per year in costs by combining all the government's current sites into one massive new super-web-presence. Read More >>