A Message of Accessibility Thanks

November 28, 2019

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at the Bureau of Internet Accessibility!

This year, we have so much to be thankful for. A special thanks to:

  • Our clients, who have committed to accessibility and inclusion. Thank you for seeing the value in making the web usable for all, and thank you for the opportunity to help you achieve, maintain, and prove digital compliance.
  • Our team, who are the best testers, developers, and subject matter experts in the business; the most reliable, supportive, and dedicated client managers; and the most engaged team players who thrive on sharing their accessibility knowledge, passion, and advocacy. Thank you for another amazing year, allowing us to find new ways to innovate and provide value, like our live 24/7 accessibility support line and Letter of Reasonable AccessibilityTM, both introduced this year.
  • The accessibility community, who continue to come together to improve best practices and push for positive change. Thank you for being generous with your knowledge, passionate in your (hard) work, and tireless in your commitment to using your multitude of talents to bridge the digital divide.
  • Our strong network of readers, who are so diverse in your backgrounds and in what you hope to gain from our content. We work hard to create material that educates, questions, and inspires through channels like our blog, newsletter, and social media. Thank you for your continued attention and support — our hope is that you find our content helpful.

We have a long way to go toward reaching widespread accessibility, but the progress made so far this year is encouraging and undeniable. Thank you, all of you, for all that you do to further this mission.

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