My monthly accessibility stories blog link-up!

(With new hashtag – #AccessLinky – as I figured Accessibility Stories as a hashtag was a bit of a mouthful and a twitter character eater!)

I’m hoping this will turn into a helpful informal tool to enable an exchange of ideas and experiences (good and bad!) of the accessibility (physical, sensory and social) of buildings, places, spaces and products, and to spread the inclusion message much further than our lone voices can!

Picture of a rusty key saying: Share your accessibility stories #AccessLinky

I welcome input from anyone that is affected by accessible and inclusive design – users, carers, friends and family as well as designers, developers, managers and legislators – so pretty much everyone then!

The linky will open on the last Thursday of the month, so a round up of the month’s posts of sorts (however posts don’t have to be written that month, or indeed new!) and will remain open for two weeks.  Depending on the number of posts linked, I’ll write up a little summary or pick out a few highlights of the previous month’s entries when I post up the next linky.

The lovely Rainbows Are Too Beautiful has a really helpful Linky Guide (I use linky tools so the interface is a little bit different but the principles are the same).

I’m really looking forward to reading some fab posts from friends old and new!

Hop over here to find the most recent linky and to have a browse through the previous ones!