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Technology Accessibility Logo, A11Y

Modified on: Thu, Mar 10, 2022 9:53 AM

Logo with "Technology Accessibility" written around central A11Y numeronym

The new Technology Accessibility Program (TAP) has created a Technology Accessibility logo, using the numeronym A11Y. A11Y is shorthand for accessibility, reflecting that there are eleven letters between the A and the Y. You may hear A11Y pronounced as accessibility, as a-1-1-y, or as a-eleven-y. A best practice for all abbreviations, including A11Y, is to ensure your meaning is clear to your audience. 

A11Y bears a striking resemblance to the word "ally." Displaying the new logo may invite questions about its meaning and give you a chance to act as an ally in spreading awareness about the campus endeavor to improve technology accessibility. Email to sign up for future updates on resources and events as TAP works to join together all of campus in this important endeavor. 

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