David Bradshaw spent much of his career in the BBC, starting as a design engineer and retiring as a Group Head in the BBC’s R&D Department at Kingswood Warren. In 2001, he transferred to the DTG to set up the laboratory facilities for DTG Testing Ltd, starting in a cabin at Kingswood Warren and overseeing the moves into larger premises at Nine Elms and Vauxhall. He initiated the development of the test streams now used for receiver compliance testing and which were used in the “Digital Tick” campaign and was chair of the DTG Usability Group. This Group was responsible for the publication of the Usability Guidelines, the U Book.
David retired from full-time work in 2009 and took on the chairmanship of the Accessibility Group. The Group added accessibility guidance to the U Book.
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