Government seeks design opinions on websites

The Government is calling on designers to help it improve the quality and lower the costs of its websites.



The Government is calling on designers to help it improve the quality and lower the costs of its websites.

The Central Office of Information yesterday announced that it is seeking opinions for a consultative review of the way that it measures the quality and costs of its websites.


‘We are particularly calling for views from people working directly with Government websites, including bloggers, consultants, Web analysts and survey suppliers,’ the COI’s director of transformational strategy Alex Butler said.


The COI hopes that the feedback will ‘save money for Government and, ultimately, the tax payer’, according to Butler.


Those who want to contribute to the debate can either visit the COI’s website, www.coi.gov.uk/improvingwebsites, or join a Twitter debate at www.twitter.com/digigov.



The consultation period will last three weeks, until 7 April.







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