MoJ Forms enables you to design, test and publish online forms without the need to write code. It’s quick and easy to use, making it ideal for prototyping, trialling different approaches to solving problems, running surveys, replacing and digitizing paper forms, supporting wider services and much more.

Everything you create with MoJ Forms:

  • meets GOV.UK design patterns and standards
  • is accessible and secure
  • is hosted and supported by the MoJ Forms team

Now in private beta

MoJ Forms is now in private beta. With it you can:

  • prototype, create, test and publish simple forms
  • build form pages using a variety of question templates
  • collect user data in a PDF direct to your inbox

If you think MoJ Forms might be a good fit for an upcoming project, we’d love to hear from you.

What you get

The form building tool

Your team will be able to use MoJ Forms to prototype, create, test and publish an unlimited number of forms or simple online services.

Tried and tested designs

We use GOV.UK Design System styles and patterns and test MoJ Forms with real users so you can be confident that your forms will work.

An accessible and secure service

All forms built using MoJ Forms are accessible and secure by default and we provide support and guidance to help you understand and meet your legal requirements.

Managed hosting

Your form will be hosted on the MoJ Cloud Platform. This managed service helps keep your form running and secure.

Direct support

We'll support you throughout the process of building, launching and maintaining your live form.

What we are working on

We are planning a range of new features to give users greater flexibility in the forms they design.

Done In progress Coming up
You can now use MoJ Forms to:
  • create, test and publish forms
  • allow users to submit files with their forms
  • share forms with colleagues for review and signoff
  • collect user data by email
You will soon be able to:
  • guide users through more complex forms using branching and logic
  • add custom validation rules to questions
  • help users with their answers through autocomplete and select features
  • integrate your forms with other services using an API
  • monitor performance with Google Analytics
We are exploring how you might be able to:
  • help users provide large amounts of information by dividing forms into sections
  • allow users to save their progress on a form and return to complete it later
  • collect payments with GOV.UK Pay
  • send updates with GOV.UK Notify

Find out more from our full public roadmap.