David Lucas

Trainee web accessibility consultant

David has over a decade of experience as a content manager for websites and is now auditing and learning all aspects of web accessibility before choosing an area of speciality.

Key areas of interest:

  • Latest technology and software updates
  • WCAG auditing and testing
  • Web accessibility training
David is one of Dig Inclusion’s web accessibility consultants. Having worked in the charitable sector for over a decade managing websites for the organisations he has worked for, liaising with developers and designers and managing the websites content. David is the latest member of the Dig Inclusion team. He is passionate about enabling websites that are accessible to all. While encouraging websites to conform to WCAG 2.1 standards, David desires to see all downloadable and web based content meet high levels of accessibility standards.

WCAG 2.1 - What is Motion Actuation?

As part of an ongoing series, we’re looking into the latest criteria that have been added in WCAG 2.1. In this blog post, we’ll be looking into Motion Actuation.

We’ve mentioned in a few posts that one of the reasons why the Wor…

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Posts by David

WCAG 2.1 - What is Label in Name?

Over the last few blog posts we’ve been examining the recent additions to the WCAG guidelines. In this blog post, we’ll be l…

WCAG 2.1 - What is Pointer Cancellation?

When we think about accessibilty and websites, we might think of keyboard only users, or speech users who interact with a web…

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