How we made a new and improved intranet for the department.
We recently redesigned the paper form to make it easier for people to get help paying their court fees, ahead of developing an online service.
Working out of Manchester’s magistrates’ court, we’re developing a product that fulfils a defined user need and can be deployed nationwide.
An important aspect of digital transformation at the MOJ is the adoption of an ‘inside out’ approach. This means that systems and ways of working are being improved internally as well as externally.
A newcomer’s first steps into the world of MOJ Digital.
Today MOJ Digital and the Government Digital Service published the first of a series of new guides to tribunals on GOV.UK.
This week marked another milestone in the long trek to move justice content to GOV.UK, with the Youth Justice Board going live on the website.
Two eagerly-awaited events crashed into our weary shared consciousness this week. Not only did Kate Bush return to the stage after 35 years (mmm, yes) but the Legal Aid Agency online content transitioned to GOV.UK. Over 3-4 months, captained by …
A significant amount our work in DS is focused on specialist legal content. As part of the move to make justice services easy for citizens and business users to use, the content team here in DS is working alongside their …
My first challenge as a new starter with MOJ Digital Services: improve content design for the employment tribunals (ET) exemplar. The exemplar is currently published as Beta , but as you’d expect from a Beta version, it needs some tweaking. Our primary …