Stop using the abbreviation "a11y".

If you're obfuscating the word you use to talk about accessiblity, you're not actually particularly interested in accessibility.

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@noelle I don't think it's the obfuscation that's anywhere near as problematic as the corner cutting.

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@noelle And a little deeper dive on this...if you're trying to make things accessible, put the work in to actually do it. Hang on, I got a graphical metaphor based on my city...

@noelle Look at the sidewalk that crosses this picture laterally. The trasnition to the street the left has accessibility. The transition to the street on the right has a11y.

mapillary.com/app/?lat=36.1380

@noelle Also somehow both sides of this intersection are considered blind and wheelchair accessible in the US, but that's a different conversation.

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