Grant Broome, Director

Director

Grant is a web accessibility specialist with over a decade of experience consulting with agencies on how to make their online content accessible to people with disabilities. He has audited hundreds of websites and provides a variety of training courses.

Grant is a web accessibility specialist with over a decade of experience consulting with agencies on how to make their online content accessible to people with disabilities. He has audited hundreds of websites and provides a variety of training courses. Key areas of interest:
  • Web accessibility auditing to WCAG and Section 508 (US) conformance
  • Web accessibility training
  • Consultancy and project management
  • Organisational and product policy development
Grant has specialised for over a decade in research, testing and policy designed to help organisations make sure that their digital web content is accessible. He provides a variety of web accessibility training courses designed to meet the needs of a wide range of organisations in UK and US. He has audited hundreds of websites and understands the challenges faced by organisations who want to provide highly engaging and inclusive interfaces. Grant has worked with numerous disability charities and has a deep understanding of the needs for disabled web users. “Impossible to overstate the importance of digital inclusion and accessibility. Thank you to Grant from Dig for great training today!” Millicent Scott, Democratic Engagement & Education, European Parliament

Error messages: The good, the bad, and the terrible

One of my early memories of working in a web development company was an incident that happened with one of my colleagues over an error message (or lack of one).

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Accessibility - the perfect procurement process

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