Strategies, step by step navigation, video, and guidance for MOT testers, driving instructors and road haulage companies, plus the most-read news story on GOV.UK in 2018 - find out what DVSA's content designers got up to in 2018.
John is the Acting Head of Content Design at DVSA, and works on the information you read on the GOV.UK website.
He worked at the Government Digital Service between December 2015 and June 2016.
Every year, thousands of people use GOV.UK to find out how to become a driving instructor. There’s a lot of information you’ve got to find, transactions to complete, and you’ve got to do it in the right order.
It’s been an incredibly busy year in DVSA’s content design team. We want to share some of our highlights with you. So sit back, relax, and hopefully some of the work we're most proud of will give you some inspiration for 2018.
This is a list of what DVSA’s Content Design team worked on during August and September 2017, and what we plan to do next.
It's important to us that people can easily understand our organisation's purpose, vision and strategy. Being open lets people know what we're doing, why we're doing it and what we're trying to achieve.
This is a list of what DVSA’s Content Design team worked on during March 2017, and what we plan to do next.
This is a list of what DVSA’s Content Design team worked on during February 2017, and what we plan to do next.
On 17 February 2017, our 6-week consultation on proposals to improve motorcycle training closed. It's become our consultation with the highest proportion of mobile and tablet views ever, and in this post, we’re taking a look at why.
This is a list of what DVSA’s Content Design team worked on during December 2016, and what we plan to do next.
How we used digital engagement tools to help us spread the word about the start of our #towsafe4freddie campaign, encouraging drivers to check that they're towing safely and legally.