Your Story

What Document and Website Accessibility Means to You

How has document and website accessibility improved your life? We want to hear your story. We’ll share the stories we collect with the world so everyone knows what kind of an impact their accessibility efforts make.

Tell us your story

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Why We Want to Share Your Story

There are a few reasons why we want to share your story.

The first reason is that we want to remind businesses and organizations that their document and website accessibility efforts actually do make a difference. It can be easy to get caught up in reasons why accessibility isn’t necessary when you’re trying to save money or time. But, being able to read stories like yours will remind these organizations that they’re making meaningful differences in people’s lives on a regular basis.

Next, we occasionally run into organizations that don’t think it’s necessary to have compliant documents or an accessible website. Your story may help change their accessibility doubts. They’ll be able to read, in your words, why accessibility isn’t only necessary, it can be life-changing.

Lastly, we want to remind our Team Members that they’re making a difference. Their dedication to quality accessible documents pays off. Your story will remind them that they’re helping real people in real situations.

These are just a few of the reasons why we want to share your story.

Your Story

  • Tell us how you've been impacted through accessible documents and websites
  • Example: Jessica S, C Phillip, Anonymous