UK Online, the government portal that gives citizens online access to government services, has been relaunched.
Improvements include a redesigned Citizen Space, with discussion groups called 'Your say' and life episodes called 'Your life'. Users can now book driving theory tests through the site.
The changes were made following research among users to find out how they wanted to use the service. The new design is based on feedback received from users since the site first went live.
A statement on the site says: "The design has been changed to make the site clearer. You told us a government site shouldn't have too many images, so we have reduced the number on each page to make the site quicker to access.
"We have also improved the EasyAccess part of the site where you will find clearer text and fewer graphics."
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