Clear, accessible, jargon-free language, that is understandable to all readers, in order to open up statistics to as wide an audience as possible.
In this section
How to tailor content for readers online; being concise as well as presenting important information in the first few paragraphs.
Different content types and pages used on the ONS website and when and how to use them.
Web users read information on a screen differently to how they might read it in a printed format.
Editing and proofreading are essential to ensuring consistency in content and that your writing is clear, concise and free of errors.
User personas are characterisations of the type of people who use the ONS website. We use these personas to develop our content.
What analytics information we collect, how to use the dashboard and what the data mean for your content.
We are legally required to make our content simple for users with different abilities to navigate, read and interpret.
The dos and do nots of presenting content on the GOV.UK release calendar.