The GOV.UK Design System launched on 22 June 2018
- is no longer maintained
- will only be updated for major bug fixes and security patches
- does not meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1 level AA) accessibility standard
This framework will remain available in case you’re currently using it. To help your service meet accessibility requirements, you should use the GOV.UK Design System. You can migrate to the Design System from GOV.UK Template.
This provides a template containing the GOV.UK header and footer, and associated assets. It provides a consistent GOV.UK brand experience across
www.gov.uk and all services running under the
The template is built from
source files, and multiple packages are generated to support different languages and frameworks.
Previewing the template
You can view a collection of auto-generated examples of the current govuk_template release, which show how you can use the template.
- Using with Rails
- GOV.UK template blocks and their default values (how to customise the template)
- Setting a Skip link
- Propositional title and navigation
Please follow the contribution guidelines.
This is versioned following Semantic Versioning.