DMAG has been providing accessibility and inclusive design consultancy since 1999. We started as a spin-off from DISinHE, a project which was funded to advise the UK Higher Education community on issues relating to disability, technology and learning (this project evolved into what is now the JISC Techdis service ).
We started out by providing a web site accessibility auditing service, and while the Web remains our core focus, over the years we've diversified to work with:
- Software applications from web content publishing systems to instant messaging tools to scientific data management applications;
- Smartphone and table PC apps;
- ATMs and public kiosks;
- Interactive digital television.
As researchers by trade, we're active on a number of short - and longer - term projects in the academic field of accessibility research, which means we regularly publish papers about the work we do. We often attend conferences and other events to talk about our work or about accessibility in general.
DMAG is a member of eAccess+ - a European network of organisations dedicated to promoting and supporting e-accessibility in industry and the public sector.
Meet the team - find out more about the people behind DMAG.