David Sloan joined The Paciello Group (TPG) in 2013, teaming up with Sarah Horton to build the company's Accessible User Experience service. He provides pragmatic, practical advice to help organisations produce digital experiences that are as accessible and positive as possible to all users, regardless of disability.
Previously, he spent almost 14 years as a researcher, teacher and consultant in accessibility and inclusive design at the University of Dundee. During this time he co-founded and led the Digital Media Access Group, one of the world's first specialist digital accessibility consultancies, completed a PhD in web accessibility evaluation, and also established the University of Dundee’s Web Accessibility Support Service in 2006.
And before all that, before the era of Google Maps, David spent four years exploring the world from his desk as a digital cartographer with Bartholomew/HarperCollins Cartographic.