I’m a London-based freelance digital accessibility specialist, trainer and developer.
I try to deliver simple, usable, accessible websites and templates. I also build prototypes, do end-to-end service design, and help teams to reach as many of their users as possible by focusing on accessibility.
As a founder member of the Government Digital Service, I led the work of Her Majesty’s Government in transforming the UK’s digital public services to be the most accessible in the world.
As an occasional conference speaker I’ve delivered talks across the world on accessibility, UX, GOV.UK, and inclusive design. I’ve also been published in NET Magazine and interviewed for Creative Review.
I’m currently available for new projects from November 2018, so get in touch, I’m always up for a coffee and a chat.