F. Darrell Mattingly, Jr.
Computer Specialist II
Kentucky Alternate Assessment Project (KAAP); Community Work Transition Project (CWTP); University Center for Excellence (Core)
Responsibilities: Design develop and maintain websites, and data collection/reporting systems for multiple projects.
Experiences: 20+ years building web application in various development languages. 15+ years of database design and management.
Research: Accessible Web Design
Interests: Martial Arts
Darrell Mattingly, Jr. is a web designer and developer with the University of Kentucky’s Human Development Institute. Prior to his work at HDI, Darrell was a server administrator and webmaster for the several projects in the University of Kentucky’s Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling. He has had considerable experience related to assistive technology given that he has cerebral palsy. He has experience working as a teaching assistant and a research assistant for The University of Kentucky. In his free time, he serves on both national, statewide, and local councils to advance the disability community He is also pursuing his passion of the martial arts, obtaining the rank of Sandan (3rd degree black) in Tracy’s Kenpo Karate in 2019. Darrell received two bachelor’s degrees in 1995 from the University of Kentucky—Computer Science and Mathematical Science with a minor in statistics.