Guidance to accompany a set of posters promoting the importance of evidence-based design.Learn more on Challenging assumption based design: red and green flag statements
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Guidance from the Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) that sets out the essential characteristics of official statistics and published management information.Learn more on Understanding the difference between official statistics and published management information
A guide covering basic principles and best practice for sharing data, analysis, and statistics between government organisations in times of national crisis and to meet urgent operational need.Learn more on Data sharing for national crisis response
This short piece of guidance sets out the most important things you need to know about the UK's accessibility legislation.Learn more on Accessibility legislation: what you need to know
Guidance providing advice on releasing statistics in spreadsheets. It considers accessibility, machine readability and general usability.Learn more on Releasing statistics in spreadsheets
Guidance on how to meet the legal accessibility regulations when publishing analytical publications such as bulletins, reports and articles.Learn more on Making analytical publications accessible
Examples of how to use our recommended colour palettes in charts using R and Python code and Microsoft theme files.Learn more on Using our colour palettes in Microsoft, R and Python
This guidance has been created to help you make decisions about the amount of research and design needed for survey questions and materials.Learn more on The three levels of Respondent Centred Design (RCD)