This roadmap shows what we’re working on and planning to do.
Some things on the roadmap might change — the purpose is to tell you what’s coming up and help service teams prepare and plan their own work.
See our Github team board for more details on our plans and day-to-day activities.
Last updated 10 March 2022.
- released GOV.UK Frontend v3.13.1
- published accessibility acceptance criteria for contributions
- completed a mini discovery on how different teams are prototyping across government
- released GOV.UK Frontend v3.14.0
- revised the accordion design contributed by GOV.UK to address an accessibility issue
- released GOV.UK Frontend v4.0.0, includes the revised ‘Accordion’ component, fixes to headers and footers and a number of breaking changes
- improved how users can find out what we are working on
- released GOV.UK Frontend v4.0.1
- updated the Accessible autocomplete component and clarified future plan
- made changes to the Start page pattern
- released GOV.UK Frontend v4.1.0 with improvements to the screen reader experience for the character count component
- published the Confirm a phone number pattern
Working on now
We’re working to:
- host community co-design work to turn task-list into a component
- host community co-design work to make maps better
- release the Hide this page component
- investigate potential changes to browser support
- iterate on alt text guidance for the images style page
- implement the Pagination component
Coming up next
We’re getting ready to:
- review changes to the Addresses pattern
- make it easier to find information about contributing and the community
- improve how contributions are prioritised
- make sure the Design System meets WCAG 2.2
We plan to:
- investigate Sass module system (mid 2022)
- investigate removing compatibility mode (mid 2022)
If you’ve got a question about the GOV.UK Design System, contact the team.