Alice Bartlett shares her experience of getting aria-live regions to work in a meaningful way.
A look behind the scenes of gov.uk. I like their attitude to Photoshop comps:
We don’t want a culture of designs being “thrown over a wall” to a dev team. We don’t make “high fidelity mock ups” or “high fidelity wireframes”. We’re making a Thing, not pictures of a Thing.
We don’t have a UX Team. If the problem with your service is that the servers are slow and the UX Team can’t change that, then they aren’t in control of the user experience and they shouldn’t be called the user experience team.
A lovely little profile of Paul and his sketches.
The Web Is Agreement! The URI Is The Thing!
Matt looks at this year’s dConstruct through the lens of GDS.
A nice description of progressive enhancement by Norm, as applied at GDS.
An excellent explanation from Tom Loosemore on why the Government Digital Service is putting its energy into open standards and the web, rather than proprietary native apps.