Nichole Browne, Senior User Researcher, explains how teams at DVSA have been identifying design problems by using goggles that simulate common symptoms of the most common eye conditions.
I'm Grant Chappell, a content designer at DVSA, and I recently took the Government Digital Service's 5-day user research fundamentals course. I want to tell you about why this course will change the way you work.
Our MOT reminder service has just passed its beta service assessment and we’ve had more than 200,000 users sign up for a reminder already.
Our junior developer apprentices joined us in January 2017, and they've become a vital part of the team, working on coding, mobile apps and much more.
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.
Our digital MOT testing service was launched in 2015, providing a critical service to over 23,000 MOT garages across the country. It's remained as a beta service since then, and we've been working hard on improvements to make it ready to be a live service.
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.
Two of the very first apprentices at DVSA - Alex Le Peltier and Lewis Caddick - continue to flourish. Find out about their time at DVSA.
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.