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Content designers follow this guidance on checking one another's draft content.

First published:
27 November 2019
Last updated:


Peer review, sometimes called 2i, helps content designers ensure content meets GOV.WALES standards.

The 2i process

Peer review should happen before fact checking. If you are asked to peer review content you do not need to consider factual accuracy. You should check:

  • spelling and grammar
  • tone
  • structure
  • that the content type is correct
  • it meets a user need
  • is not already on GOV.WALES
  • it follows the style guide

Before you begin, the drafter and the peer reviewer should agree how any changes are communicated. This could be tracked changes, comments, or a conversation.