Accessibility 25 Words

Glenda Watson Hyatt is The One Thumbed Blogger and she’s bringing in the new year with another Accessibility 100 series.  Kicking it off, Glenda has a project for us.

In launching the 2010 edition of Accessibility 100 – a series of 100 easy-to-implement, free and inexpensive tips for improving accessibility for people with disabilities, I am borrowing a powerful idea from blogger extraordinaire Liz Strauss.

You are invited to share exactly 25 words on:

What does accessibility means to you?

I encourage you to give this a try.  Glenda shares the rules on her post. Here’s my stab at at.

Accessibility, more than a ramp or wide door, is a thoughtfulness in approaching design, considering people not wheelchairs, souls over boundaries, and vision beyond blindness.

It’s rough but I’m thinking I’m going to be dreaming up more of these.

What’s your 25 words?

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