This style guide should be used by anyone writing content that will end up posted on Mass.gov, except when that content is a law, regulation, or policy.
As we develop content types for the new Mass.gov, we’re uploading them as Word documents to MassDocs for agencies to begin creating content. Check back here often for new workbooks and updates to existing ones.
Massachusetts is home to a vibrant design and tech community. Learning from our colleagues in…
We know switching to constituent-first content can be confusing. We’ve gathered some tips to help you identify your organization’s services.
Content authors should follow these core principles when writing pages for the new website.
People read web content differently than books or newspapers. Online readers scan…
When we started the Mass.gov redesign, we pledged to use data every step of the way to make…
We’ve gathered a number of frequently asked questions about MassDocs, the Commonwealth’s new document repository.
Check out the Intro to MassDocs if you just want an overview, or read on to find the answer to your question!
We’ll be updating this list as more questions come in and grouping questions to make it easier to navigate this page soon. Stay tuned!
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