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.
Insight and updates on our transition to a centre of digital excellence. Find out how we’re improving our digital capabilities to build excellent user-centred services.
At Companies House, we will be implementing a new identity verification process to help deter those wishing to start companies for illegal purposes. Find out how anyone setting up, running, owning or controlling a company in the UK will need to verify their identity to prove that they are who they claim to be.
Following Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 was accelerated and rapidly passed. A key component was the new Register of Overseas Entities, along with other measures to combat financial crime. What is the Register …
The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill is currently making its way through Parliament. This legislation will fundamentally change our role and purpose and give us the powers we need to play a more significant role in tackling economic crime.
Find out how user-centered design shapes our services, and join our user panel for the Register of Overseas Entities.
Ross Maude explains how our Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) department is playing a pivotal role in the transformation of Companies House.
Our Lead Interaction Designer, James Francis, gives advice on how to adapt your technology to best suit your needs.
As we celebrate National Inclusion Week, Ellis Davies explains why it's important to use inclusive language when designing content.
Mark Chandler from HMRC and Alison Rees from Companies House discuss how collaboration can be the key to delivering efficient use of resources.
Here, interaction designer Jason writes about the importance of accessibility, and explains why Companies House is committed to designing inclusive and accessible services.