Prototypes allow us to evaluate the designs of our services and decide if they're fit for purpose. Find out more about why we use them.
James Francis - Lead Interaction Designer
Lead Interaction Designer at Companies House
Our Lead Interaction Designer, James Francis, gives advice on how to adapt your technology to best suit your needs.
Here, James reflects on his 23 years at Companies House. He tells us how he's made steps up the career ladder and how the working environment at Companies House has changed for the better. This is the fifth blog post in a series of features where employees reflect on what makes Companies House special to them.
Find out how accessible our services are, and what we're doing to promote accessibility within Companies House.
In the second instalment of this series, colleagues discuss the importance of inclusive systems and services with the Digital Accessibility Centre (DAC).
Our Lead Interaction Designer, James, explains what we've been doing to make sure our online services meet government regulations.
When designing and building our digital services, it's extremely important to consider all our users. Our lead interaction designer James explains how you can make your content more accessible.
For government services, user needs should always come first. We take a look at interaction design fails in some famous sci-fi films.
Our Senior User Experience (UX) Designer, James, explains the important work we do to make our digital services accessible.
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