What we mean by ‘user-centred design’ User-centred design is defined as learning about the needs of those who will use your service and designing it to meet them. In terms…Learn more on User-centred design approach to surveys
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Guidance on monitoring and reducing respondent burden when carrying out statistical surveys.Learn more on Monitoring and reducing respondent burden
This interim harmonisation standard and guide is for people who are considering including a question about gender identity on their surveys or within administrative data collection.Learn more on Gender identity data harmonised standard
The strategy for the UK statistical system can be found on the strategy page in the "About us" area of the website.Learn more on The strategy for the United Kingdom (UK) statistical system
The following guidance sets out how to collect and report statistics about long-lasting health conditions and illness to ensure statistics about this topic are as comparable as possible across government.Learn more on Long lasting health conditions and illness harmonised standard
This harmonisation guidance provides information on where to find available data on pregnancy and maternity. It also provides information on legislation related to pregnancy and maternity.Learn more on Pregnancy and maternity harmonisation guidance
The following guidance sets out how to collect and report statistics about activity restriction to ensure statistics about this topic are as comparable as possible across the Government Statistical Service (GSS).Learn more on Activity restriction harmonised standard