I have worked on design systems for the UK and Australian government websites, and for the NHS in the UK. You can read about some of the work I did in these posts:
- “Write good questions for forms” advice in the NHS Digital service manual
- Designing better public services: GDS and GOV.UK
- Design patterns for government: a community not a library
- Reflections on what we learned in the first year creating design patterns for the gov.uk service manual: Design patterns in government 2016: one year on, what we learned and what we changed
You can also see the service manuals of each organisation:
- I find the Australian government’s manual the most convenient as it brings together all the highlights in one page: Style manual.gov.au.
- The NHS manual is the most useful because it includes questions on forms and a process for creating them: NHS digital service manual.
- The UK government one of the most influential as it has been adopted by many other organisations: Service Manual – GOV.UK.