Design your service using GOV.UK styles, components and patterns
Use this design system to make your service consistent with GOV.UK. Learn from the research and experience of other service teams and avoid repeating work that’s already been done.Get started
31 January 2023: We’ve released GOV.UK Frontend v4.5.0. With this feature release you can now use summary cards to organise multiple summary lists, search content within an accordion (on supported browsers) and use source maps for precompiled files.
Principles we follow
Our accessibility strategy outlines our principles and work to improve accessibility within the GOV.UK Design System.
The GOV.UK Design System is for everyone, with a strong community sitting behind it. It brings together the latest research, design and development from across government to make sure it’s representative and relevant for its users.
You can help improve the Design System by joining our discussions, events and co-design collaborations.
Also see upcoming components and patterns we're working on and how you can help.
The GOV.UK Design System is maintained by a team at the Government Digital Service. If you’ve got a question, idea or suggestion, you can contact the team.
See what the Design System team at GDS is planning to work on over the next 12 months in the GOV.UK Design System Roadmap.