In the first of two blog posts about GOV.UK, we explain how we’re developing our pages.
It’s been three months since we moved our website to GOV.UK. Our content went live at the end of August, but that hasn’t been the end of the story…
We’ve been working with our colleagues at Government Digital Services (GDS) who are constantly developing GOV.UK as a whole, making every change based on user feedback and website analysis. We have also been making changes to our pages to make them easier to use and understand, again based on customer feedback.
For example, customers have said that they wanted a list of our office addresses on a single page. We have listened and you can now find them on our office addresses page.
We’ve also made a number of changes to our homepage. Customers told us they were finding it difficult to locate our Business e-services portal. We have listened and if you visit our homepage (www.gov.uk/land-registry), we have a top link called “Business e-services portal”.
Our work doesn’t stop there. We’re now looking at improving our training materials, now located all together on our How to use the Land Registry portal page. We are also exploring new platforms to ensure our guidance is accessible to all of our customers.
We will continue to make improvements to the website. If you have any suggestions for how the site can be improved, just drop us a line
- Leave a comment at the bottom of any of our pages on GOV.UK
- Send us a question using our contact form
- Post a question on our customer support forum
- Contact your customer team (if you have one)