Thank You from the Accessibility Nottingham Team
The Accessibility Nottingham team would like to thank you for your ongoing support, and let you know what the future has in store for Accessibility Nottingham.
Our Last Event
The third installment of Accessibility Nottingham took place earlier this week; showcasing informative talks from Sean Gilroy of BBC Cape, Poet Luke Shaw, and an insight from web developer James Hall. The talks gave our visitors an insight into neurodiversity, and why Accessibility and Inclusivity should be important to you.
As a team, we would like to thank everyone who has supported Accessibility Nottingham. From our online followers and email subscribers; to those who regularly attend our event, you make Accessibility Nottingham the success that it is. Together, we are making positive change to an online world, and promoting a move to inclusivity.
Moving forward, we hope that you continue on this journey with us; by continuing to attend our events, stay up to date with #a11y news, and keep promoting the movement.
Together, we can eliminate online inequality and inaccessibility.
What’s next for Accessibility Nottingham?
We have decided to take a break from Accessibility Nottingham. This time will be used to revitalize the meet-up by rebranding, changing to a more stable venue that we can run on a monthly basis, and most importantly we want to work hard to raise awareness surrounding our event as a means to bring to you the very best speakers the industry has to offer.
This won’t be for long, and we will be back soon. In the meantime, we hope you think about some of the things that we mentioned in our previous events and put into practice the things that we have taught you.
We would like to wish you a warm and Merry Christmas, along with a happy new year: we wish you a happy and healthy 2019.
Maybe you could make your new year’s resolution to be more inclusive?
Before We Go
Let’s summarise the key points to take away:
- Thank you for your ongoing support, make sure to keep it up!
- We're taking a break to revitalize and make sure that our event offers you the very best free meetup it can.
- We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy new year.
We cannot wait to speak soon. In the meantime, keep pushing to make the online world as inclusive as it can be.
I wish for a world that views disability, not as hindrance but as unique attributes that can be seen as powerful assets if given the right opportunitiesOliver Sacks