[Irl-dean] Introduction

Mark Magennis Mark.magennis at ncbi.ie
Fri Jul 21 09:56:02 IST 2006

Welcome to the list Diarmad. Always good to have people in the  
accessibility community with user interface design skills.


On 21 Jul 2006, at 05:16, Diarmad McNally wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> I've recently joined the mailing list and after reading the last  
> few mails
> regarding accessibility, it seems full of strong and informed  
> opinions which
> is great to see.
> I've been living in London for the past 8 years but intend on  
> returning to
> Dublin in the near future. Originally a developer, I moved towards  
> interface
> design and usability which led to an MSc in Human-Computer  
> Interaction here:
> www.uclic.ucl.ac.uk/
> I've worked with several of the top new media agencies here and for  
> clients
> including O2, British Telecom, Microsoft and the Financial Services
> Authority.
> Please feel free to contact me and I hope that when back in Ireland  
> I can
> contribute to the community.
> Diarmad McNally
> Interaction Design Studio
> www.ixdstudio.com
> Phone: +44 (0)7808 297289
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Dr. Mark Magennis
Director of the Centre for Inclusive Technology (CFIT)
National Council for the Blind of Ireland
Whitworth Road, Dublin 9, Republic of Ireland

mark.magennis at ncbi.ie   tel: +353 (0)71 914 7464


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