A community for anyone building federal websites with the U.S. Web Design System (USWDS) or considering it for a future project.
Connect with us
The U.S. Web Design System is a design system that’s built to grow — to help teams build better, more engaging websites for the American public. As a community, we’re committed to making USWDS the right choice for any federal website.
#uswds-public channel in our Slack at chat.18f.gov. Once approved, you will be added as a single-channel guest into the TTS-GSA Slack.
Who We Are
The U.S. Web Design System is an active open source community of government engineers, content specialists, and designers. Our contributors, both in and out of government, support dozens of agencies and nearly 200 websites. Learn more about contributing »
Community Manager: Dan Williams, U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)
What we do
We support the U.S. Web Design System’s efforts to make it easier to build accessible, mobile-friendly government websites for the American public.
- The U.S. Web Design System
- USWDS on GitHub
- Join the USWDS Slack
- Follow @USWDS on Twitter
- Email the USWDS team
- View our training video playlist
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