Top 20 Accessibility Quotes

Words matter. These are the best Accessibility Quotes from famous people such as Phil Elverum, Dan Bongino, Mellody Hobson, Mindy Grossman, Penny Mordaunt, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.

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I think I’m obsessed with accessibility which is why, when I’m touring, I want to play all ages shows.
Phil Elverum
Accessibility and openness are good politics but bad security.
Dan Bongino
Norman Rockwell – even though we think of him as a great American artist, in a lot of museums he has not garnered that kind of attention. And it’s this kind of accessibility that we’re trying to bring – not looking down on any art.
Mellody Hobson
I believe in accessibility. I believe in honesty and a culture that supports that. And you can’t have that if you’re not open to receiving feedback.
Mindy Grossman
Businesses must ensure that inclusivity and accessibility is imbedded in the education of tomorrow’s planners and designers, and they must increase the amount of consumer information available to the public, and enable the production and swift take up of products and services disabled people want and need.
Penny Mordaunt
The introduction of many minds into many fields of learning along a broad spectrum keeps alive questions about the accessibility, if not the unity, of knowledge.
Edward Levi
To be poet laureate is to try to spread the love and the accessibility of poetry to young people.
Jacqueline Woodson
We must look at all the support a person needs and its timeliness and accessibility.
Penny Mordaunt
I love the accessibility that my great nation affords us, but it is virtually inescapable for most people in America, and many places abroad, to rely on inexpensive yet unhealthy meals as a main source of sustenance.
Adrien Brody
I think the thing I’ve always tried to do is – and I didn’t plan it, it just started to come out that way – is try to make challenging music that flirts with accessibility.
Trent Reznor
Poetry is interesting because not everyone is going to become a great poet, but anyone can be, and anyone can enjoy poetry, and it’s this openness, this accessibility of poetry that makes it the language of people.
Amanda Gorman
The fact that I live in New York, a city that thrives on accessibility, might explain why I was slow to grasp the appeal of Alexa. Here we have bodegas on every corner, most open 24 hours, in case you need to pick up a roll of toilet paper or a bottle of hot sauce in the middle of the night.
Jenna Wortham
The cool thing about ‘Hearthstone’ is, in terms of accessibility to competitive play, it’s very accessible. Anybody can participate in these types of things.
Michael Morhaime
I like the idea of accessibility, coming from a lower-middle-class background myself, I feel like beauty and products should be accessible to all women over the world.
Diane Kruger
I always say that the problem with jazz accessibility is not the content of the music, it’s people’s ability to access it.
Esperanza Spalding
While virtual doctor’s visits cannot be a panacea to improve all health-related issues, it can help relieve the burden of healthcare accessibility.
Tae Yoo
Charleston, South Carolina, is about a 90-minute drive northwest of Beaufort and Parris Island. It is an old city reborn with new charm and an influx of snowbirds from the North attracted by its ease, comfort and accessibility.
Mike Barnicle
In Britain, we’ve tended to replace the kind of architectural culture valued in much of Europe with an in-flight magazine lifestyle – all branding, marketing and ‘accessibility’, a word that usually means dumbing-down.
David Chipperfield
I think it’s important that we put forward legislation that’s going to create jobs and strengthen the Georgia economy, which is why I’ve fought for rural broadband, both accessibility and affordability.
Raphael Warnock
I am fourth-generation deaf, which means everyone in my immediate family is deaf. So I grew up always having 100 percent accessibility to language and communication, which was wonderful and something so many deaf people don’t have.
Shoshannah Stern