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Alexa 100 Accessibility Update #2

The WebAIM Million report shows that there are significant and pervasive accessibility issues on the web. Many have inquired if the state of accessibility is getting better or worse. We will re-analyze these 1 million home pages in the future to track changes. In the meantime, we do have some small-scale data from the Alexa […]

The WebAIM Million: What we learned analyzing 1,000,000 web site home pages

WebAIM has analyzed the home pages for the top 1 million web sites and collected an immense volume of accessibility data. The results provide great insight into the current state of accessibility. Unfortunately, significant and pervasive issues are present across much of the web. While there is much work to be done to improve accessibility, […]

Survey of Users with Low Vision #2 Results

The results from our September 2018 Survey of Users with Low Vision are available at https://webaim.org/projects/lowvisionsurvey2/. Here are a few interesting and notable items: 75% of respondents report multiple types of visual impairment. 61.3% have light or glare sensitivity and 46.8% have contrast sensitivity. 51.4% of respondents report using some type of high contrast mode. […]

Pope Tech Release and WAVE Roadmap

We’re happy to announce the release of Pope Tech – an enterprise-level web accessibility evaluation system based on WAVE. Pope Tech has been developed and refined for nearly a year. While Pope Tech is already being used by over 120 organizations in Higher Ed, K-12, Hospitality, Entertainment, Government, eCommerce, and the Financial industry, today’s release […]

Web Accessibility Practitioners Survey #2 Results

The results from the April 2018 Survey of Web Accessibility Practitioners are now available at http://webaim.org/projects/practitionersurvey2/. There were 724 respondents. This was a follow-up to the 2014 Practitioners Survey. Here are a few interesting and surprising findings: Those in the web accessibility field were generally older, better paid, and better educated than our peers in […]