Be My Eyes Featured on Jeopardy!
There’s brand recognition, and then there’s Jeopardy! famous.
Recently peer-to-peer accessibility solution—and Morey Creative Studios client—Be My Eyes (BME) found itself as part question, part answer on America’s favorite trivia show.
The category: Thank You, The Internet
The answer: Blind & low-vision people connect with sighted volunteers for visual aid using a free app called Be My these.
The question (correctly identified by the first contestant who buzzed): What are eyes?
It’s no great surprise to see the BME brand get this kind of recognition: it epitomizes the Grow For Good™ approach, and provides a service that is helping some of the world’s best-known companies to address accessibility at a scale that was previously impossible. In fact, earlier this year we highlighted Microsoft CAO Jenny Lay-Flurrie’s Senate testimony, in which she identified Be My Eyes as a core piece of her company’s accessibility toolkit.
We’ll take “can’t wait to see what one of our favorite clients does next” for $1,000!