About OpenDirective

OpenDirective was founded by Steve Lee and Ross Gardler to enable companies to better engage with academic projects through open development. This was an extension of our work at OSSWatch, a JISC funded service based in the University of Oxford. After Ross left to become part of the Microsoft Open Technologies Inc. team, Steve refocussed his OpenDirective activities back to Accessibility and Open Assistive Technology.

Steve Lee actively participates in various open source and open accessibility communities that include The Apache Software Foundation, Mozilla, Outercurve Foundation, GNOME and Ubuntu. Some of Steve's early open AT projects can be found on his old FullMeasure site. Steve is a member of the AAATE.

Why "OpenDirective"?

Open: To make something accessible or removing an obstacle to something being accessible.

Directive: Serving to direct, indicate, or guide.

(Thanks to wiktionary.org for the definitions and Ross Gardler for choosing them)

Do contact us if you'd like to find out more about our services or to discuss open source, open development and open innovation in accessibility software.

Open Directive Ltd. Registered Office: 8 Lower Kings Avenue, Exeter, Devon EX4 6JT, United KingdomCompany No:: 08564577 VAT No:: Not VAT registeredThere are no facilities for customer collections at this address.Executive Director: Steve Lee