Improving our content on GOV.WALES: putting users first

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We’re continually looking for ways to improve what we publish online as part of the changes we’re making to GOV.WALES. To support this improvement journey we have recently set up a series of content critiques, or crits for short, bringing together all those involved in designing web content from across Welsh Government.

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Chief Statistician’s update: Measuring Well-being of Wales and future reporting plans

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CaptureOn 20 September I published the second Well-being of Wales 2017-18 report. I believe the report provides a valuable snapshot of life in Wales, giving a wide ranging picture of well-being outcomes from life expectancy, the economy, poverty, biodiversity to the arts. This is information which should be invaluable for people in involved in public service and beyond to help them understand our nation and to make better decisions.

 

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Chief Statistician’s update: Future plans for Housing Need and Demand estimates

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Estimates of additional housing need and demand are key to future planning at a national and regional level. Whilst statisticians produce regular updates to population and household projections, applying this to the need for additional housing is a complex matter and can have important implications for communities and future generations.

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The AWE(some) Identity Provider

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Hwb LogoIf you’re a teacher or learner in Wales, you’ll probably be familiar with Hwb. If not Hwb is the online platform which provides access to a wide range of bilingual online tools and resources to support teaching and learning. Hwb is also one of Welsh Government’s biggest digital transformation programmes and over the past few months work has been undertaken to bring the running of this service fully in-house to Welsh Government. Continue reading