B.C. government's web content standards and guides support accessible and inclusive design practices. This includes meeting Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Level AA. Developers and content authors of B.C. government web properties must follow these guides.
Government Digital Experience (GDX) sets the standards for delivering information and services with the authority described in Core Policies and Procedures Manual (CPPM) Chapter 22.
We use policies and standards to manage our work in the same way across government.
Protecting information is an important part of maintaining public trust.
GDX develops and maintains digital products that enhance online experiences for people.
We use human-centred design to help deliver better services and digital content
CDAWG is a group of public servants who design and write web content. They write the guidelines found in the Web Style Guide. If you want to join please email: WebStandards@gov.bc.ca
The IAC is a community of public servants who work in web-related fields. They work on making digital services and experiences better for everyone.
The Exchange Lab is a space where we're learning to do digital better. It's both a physical space and a community of people working in the open and learning to improve service delivery in the BC Public Service.
LeanBC leads complex, cross-ministry projects to identify problems and create solutions. They also provide training, coaching and supports to ministries with continuous improvement projects.
The BC Behavioural Insights Group (BC BIG) is a team in the BC Public Service Agency that applies behavioural science knowledge and methods to address public policy problems.
If you find any errors or have questions, please e-mail WebStandards@gov.bc.ca.