Ian Lloyd, web accessibility specialist (and ex-dev)

I'm a web accessibility specialist who was previously a front-end web developer (I still do a bit of dev, mostly fixing other people's broken markup. I'm also a lover of old air-cooled Volkswagens and the author of best-selling web beginners' book 'Build Your Own Web Site with HTML and CSS'.

I am currently employed full-time as Principal Accessibility Engineer at TPGi and am not actively looking for a new role (permanent or contract). What can I say? They're a good bunch of people to work for. I am based in Swindon, UK. Want to get in touch? Please use this contact form, or try the usual social media routes.

Some music news ...

Oh yeah, I also put together an album of electronica/synthy stuff that you might like. Equally, you might hate it, but you can give it a quick preview here to make your mind up:

Will be available on Apple Music/Spotify on 22 July 2024.

Also available here:


Just a very small list of the few things on the web that I haven't let expire.

Music things

My travel writing:

I'm no Bill Bryson or Ernest Hemingway, but before we had kids, I used to find time to write about our holiday shenanigans. I'm also no designer, as these diaries below will attest!