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ArchivedResources for Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization

This page is part of an older version of The Business Case for Digital Accessibility and made available here for archival purposes.

This page is an appendix to Developing a Web Accessibility Business Case for Your Organization.

Resources are for information purposes only, no endorsement is implied.


Case Studies of Accessibility Improvements

Statistics on People with Disabilities and Web Use

See Number of People Affected (statistics) section in the Social Factors page for important information on statistics.

Accessibility Improving Search Engine Optimization

Example for ROI calculations

Cautionary Tales of Inaccessibility

When organizations do not make their websites accessible, they risk legal action and negative publicity, as the case studies below illustrate.

Promoting Accessibility

Tips, guidance, and case studies are available from the WAI-Engage wiki page on Promoting web accessibility.

Sharing Your Resources

Please send additional resources and case study information to: team-accessibility-business-case@w3.org

If you have made accessibility improvements to your website in the last three years, we may be able to help you gather data and develop a case study. Please contact: team-accessibility-business-case@w3.org for details.