GOV.UK Rules

By Jo Phillips

From a pool of international talent, The Design Museum has singled out an overall winner for its annual Designs of the Year Awards – chosen by a board of jury, which includes Editor of Disegno Johanna Agerman Ross, architect Amanda Levete, garden designer Sarah Raven as well as designer Nicolas Roope and Ilse Crawford.

Announced last night is the winner of the award, which went to…



Beating other cutthroat category winners, such as Diana Vreeland: The Eye has to Travel by Lisa Immordino Vreeland, Paris’ Tour Bois-le-Prêtre apartment block and Mattiazzi‘s Medici Chair, the site is essentially a user-friendly platform that allows one-stop access to different government websites. Designed internally by the Government Digital Service, it is said to be revolutionising governmental online communications and could reportedly save the public £50 million, leading the way of social benefits in this digital age.

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