The DMAG team has many years' experience in accessibility and inclusive design, user research methods and web standards.
David has been an accessibility and inclusive design researcher and advocate since 1999. He's spoken on accessibility issues at several conferences and seminars, in the UK and around the world, and is a member of the Steering Committee of the W4A conference on web accessibility. He's particularly interested in making accessibility evaluation techniques more effective, accessibility and content management systems, raising the quality of web standards and inclusive design education, and inclusive e-learning.
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Graeme received his PhD in Applied Computing from the School of Computing in 2008. He is responsible for carrying out accessibility audits and usability evaluations at DMAG, and for providing hands-on training in accessible web design and evaluation. He has a particular interest in multimedia accessibility, particularly the use of captions and audio descriptions.
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Sergio received his PhD in Computer Science and Digital Communication from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in 2009. Sergio has been the evaluation co-ordinator of 6 EC partially funded projects (iMP; SALERO; SEMEDIA; UNFOLD; eTITLE; Speed-FX) and participated in other two by supporting evaluation and user interface design activities in them (IP-RACINE; SCOPE). Sergio has been teaching Human-Computer Interaction to undergraduate students for over 6 years, supervised over 20 final degree projects in HCI and accredited as a Lecturer by the Catalan University Quality Assurance Agency (AQU) in 2010. Sergio is now a visiting researcher in the School of Computing with a Beatriu de Pinós post-doctoral fellowship grant by the Catalan Government. His post-doctoral research is deepening his previous PhD research in ethnography, HCI and older people, by understanding cultural similarities and differences in the everyday interactions of older people with ICT, as well as the use of ethnography in this context