Current Members & Testimonials
W3C Members show their support for standards and for W3C through a variety of means, including participation in groups, sponsorship of events, chairing groups, and implementing specifications. This page lists testimonials from Members that give a view into the broad range of organizations leading the development of Web Standards.
There are 412 members.
51Degrees provides a one-stop-shop for real-time data services, with open source APIs for device detection, geolocation, and more. We are members of W3C to protect the vision of One Web for the sake of users and organizations all around the world.
accessiBe aims to make the entire internet accessible to people with disabilities by 2025. With the help of AI, the notion of an accessible internet is a practical and attainable reality and not just a distant dream.
The Accessibility Foundation is an expertise center providing information, research, Web evaluation and training in the field of accessibility of Web sites and Web applications to companies and governments. We are committed to the development of Web accessibility standards at W3C.
ADA Site Compliance is founded on the principles to make the digital world a better and more inclusive place for all. Our team of ADA web accessibility and compliance experts partner with clients to develop, remediate, and maintain multimedia assets.
Adobe revolutionizes how the world engages with ideas and information - anytime, anywhere and through any medium. As a leading provider of best-in-class Web technologies, Adobe actively supports the development of W3C standards promoting global interoperability.
Agora.io is on a mission to change the way the world communicates. We developed the industry-leading real-time communication framework that serves over 10 billion minutes a month of real-time video, audio, and live interactive broadcasting. To date, we have over 500 million SDK installs and empower users in over 100 countries around the globe.
Akamai’s mission is to make digital experiences fast, intelligent and secure. Our intelligent edge platform surrounds everything, from the enterprise to the cloud. It keeps apps and experiences closer to users — and attacks and threats far away.
NexeraID is a self-sovereign identity issuance and verification platform that empowers companies to seamlessly onboard users to Web3 using self-custodial or custodial wallets and integrate complex compliance workflows, all while safeguarding users’ identities and assets.
Altova accelerates development and integration projects with software solutions that enhance productivity and maximize results. Altova is an active member of the W3C and is committed to delivering standards-based platform-independent development solutions that are powerful, affordable, and easy to use.
Among his commitments: Providing access to the highest number of people, regardless their personal limitations linked to their surrounding environment. Management System, certified by AENOR is based on the accomplishment of the W3c's standards and technology. Municipal Website Office.
Accessibility is key to create an inclusive society. It is imperative to meet this goal and W3C is helping us meet this goal in India and globally. At BarrierBreak, we are committed to digital accessibility and the role that W3C is plays in implementing this at a global level.
Benetech is a proud member of the W3C, collaborating to build standards that support the creation of born accessible solutions. Benetech’s commitment to digital accessibility is the cornerstone of our global Bookshare initiative, and our Global Certified Accessible program verifies EPUB accessibility to help publishers build accessible ebooks.
Brickdoc is an open-source no-code development platform and collaboration tool designed for civil developers. By integrating collaboration documentation, RPA and cloud event bus functionality, it blurs the boundaries between documentation and software, giving users the ability to automate part of their work without writing any code. Brickdoc has a
The BBC is the world's largest broadcasting organisation whose mission is to enrich people's lives with programmes that inform, educate and entertain. It is a public service broadcaster, established by a Royal Charter and funded by UK households.
BoIA has been helping eliminate the digital divide since 2001. We partner with our clients, working as the accessibility and WCAG 2.0 A/AA expert on their team to help them succeed in reaching and maintaining ADA compliance for their multimedia presence.
Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) works to promote democratic values by shaping technology policy and architecture, with a focus on the rights of the individual. CDT participates in standards development organizations like the W3C to champion user-centric, human rights-based values in developing the Internet’s underlying infrastructure.
Centre for Inclusive Design is a not for profit working with organisations to harness the experience of exclusion to create products, services and experiences that are accessible, and useful for, as many people as possible. We are proud to host the W3C Australia Eastern region Chapter, connecting members here Australia and promoting W3C standards.
codemantra, a global IDP leader, specializes in digital document accessibility compliance; capture, classification, and extraction of unstructured data; and document transformation into any output format. As a W3C Member, codemantra supports the development of standards promoting accessibility and educational outreach.
The Common Approach to Impact Measurement is working towards better impact measurement for social purpose organizations. At the W3C, we are keen to advance topics such as impact measurement and data ontologies, interoperability, ethics and governance, with a view to also publishing our own Common Impact Data Standard with the community.
ConsenSys is a leading Ethereum and decentralized protocols software company. We enable developers, enterprises and users worldwide to build and use the decentralized web for modern applications and decentralised finance. Our product suite is composed of MetaMask, Infura, Quorum, Codefi, Truffle, Diligence and our NFT platform.
Crawford Technologies helps businesses and governments of all sizes build a culture of inclusivity by providing the necessary software and services tailored to meet their document accessibility needs. Being a W3C member enables us to support the mission of W3C, stay informed and contribute to the development of emerging accessibility web standards.
Commitment to the open W3C standardization work around Decentralized Identifiers and Verifiable Credentials is essential for Danube Tech's business objectives, as well as important for humanity and the web as a whole.
At Deque, digital accessibility is our mission and our passion. As a leading supplier of digital accessibility software and solutions, Deque actively supports and participates in the W3C and its ongoing efforts to shape and establish standards for digital inclusion.
The German National Library is Germany's central archival library. We collect, document and archive all publications and sound recordings issued in Germany since 1913 together with works that were compiled in the German language or relate to Germany.
The Dfinity Foundation is a major contributor to the Internet Computer blockchain – a blockchain where smart contracts can serve Web content directly to end users enabling fully on-chain Web3.
Digita's ambition is to let people exchange data without concerns using the Solid standard. Our product, use.id, is an end-to-end implementation of the Solid specification.
W3C is the broadest, most open, and most effective venue we have found for engaging with industry on next-generation privacy-preserving technologies for individuals and organizations. The work on the Web, Verifiable Credentials, and Decentralized Identifiers, as well as access to the brightest minds, is what draws us to do our work at W3C.
Located in Rabat Morocco, Ecole Mohammadia d'Ingénieurs was founded in 1958 and is the leading engineers school in Morocco. It is also known by its research and doctoral studies. EMI also hosts the Morocco Chapter, which promotes the adoption of Web standards throughout the country. Contact The Mohammadia School of Engineers.
The European Digital Reading Laboratory is a non-profit organization focused on the deployment of open, interoperable and accessible digital publishing technologies. EDRLab is participating in the evolution of EPUB 3, the W3C Audiobooks standard, and it incubates Divina, a future standard format for digital comics.
Established in 1976, ETRI is a non-profit government-funded research organization in Korea. ETRI has successfully developed information technologies on the Web such as ezOWL (visual Editor of OWL), and ETRI is committed to use W3C Technologies in its developments. ETRI is also the home of the W3C Korean Chapter.
Entersekt’s vision is to make the digital world a safer, more user-friendly place to live and do business. As a leading provider of strong device identity and user authentication, we work with the W3C to help drive innovation in the areas of digital identity, data privacy, and secure payments.
Founded in 1876, Ericsson is the largest supplier of mobile communications systems in the world. Supporting all major standards for wireless communication, Ericsson is committed to the use and development of W3C Recommendations to continue mobilizing the World Wide Web.
The Ethereum Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Ethereum and related technologies. Our mission is to do what is best for Ethereum’s long-term success. Our role is to allocate resources to critical projects, to be a valued voice within the Ethereum ecosystem, and to advocate for Ethereum to the outside world.
European netID Foundation
Fabasoft is one of the leading software companies and cloud service providers for digital documents, process and file management in Europe. We focus on accessibility and ease of use in all our products. Our commitment to accessibility and usability, to data protection and information security, provides the basis for our cooperation with W3C.
FinanzNachrichten.de is part of the Wallstreet-Online.de group and the leading German speaking finance website for financial news about shares, stock markets and economy. FinanzNachrichten.de as W3C member wants to take an active role in the further development of user friendly platform technologies for online media.
Established in 2018, FLUX Inc. is the leading marketing & advertising technology provider in Japan, with over 500+ publishers, newspapers, and magazines on board. At W3C, we want to explore the possibilities of the WEB and define how people will interact with websites in the future, especially in areas like web advertising and browser APIs.
Fondazione LIA is a no-profit organization fostering the creation of an accessible digital publishing ecosystem through research, training and consultancy activities. LIA is active in the W3C Publishing Business Group, EPUB 3 Working Group, Publishing Community Group
ICS-FORTH has an established tradition of internationally acknowledged excellence in conducting basic and applied research in the fields of information and telecommunications technologies. It represents Greece in ERCIM, and also hosts the W3C Greece Chapter.
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft is the largest organization for applied research in Europe. We transform original ideas into innovations that benefit society and strengthen both the German and the European economy. The Web is a key driver of our innovation process, and therefore we are committed to support W3C‘s work to lead the Web to its full potential.
Fujitsu is a leading provider of IT-based business solutions for the global marketplace. Fujitsu is actively promoting standardization of XML, electronic businesses, Web Services, and Cloud computing related technologies. It supports many W3C specifications in its products and services.
CTIC is a private non-profit Research and Technology Organization (RTO), specialized in the research and development of cutting-edge and emerging technologies. Artificial Intelligence, Web of Things, Immersive Technologies, W3C Standards and Open Data, Blockchain and Quantum Computing are the main fields of specialization of the Center.
Geonovum is the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) executive committee in the Netherlands. At W3C we devote ourselves to unlocking the power of spatial data by bridging the gap between OGC’s spatial standards and W3C webstandards.
DFKI is one of the largest nonprofit contract research institutes worldwide in the field of innovative software technology based on Artificial Intelligence methods. DFKI is committed to the use of W3C standards in research and development.
The Glocal Quality Solutions team is made of accessibility, localization and functionality professionals with many years of experience. Our goal is to help our clients achieve success by breaking down accessibility, language and functionality barriers.
Google's mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.
HAN University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands. It offers bachelor and master degree programs to over 36,000 students. HAN supports companies and institutions with innovation through its research groups in various fields.
Hitachi has long experience in both OT(operational technology) and IT. Towards the IoT era, this is something to be proud of. Hitachi understands the importance of standardization to make the world seamlessly connected, and strongly supports W3C's activities.
The North Rhine-Westphalian Library Service Centre (hbz) is a central service and development institution for university libraries in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. We are committed to establishing an open data infrastructure for libraries and actively participate in the development of open source software and open standards.
Holopin is a developer-focused digital badge platform that lets organizations issue sticker-like digital credentials. We have a strong focus on website integrations, and prioritize accessibility in our badge standards. As a W3C Member, Holopin is committed to building accessible, interoperable tools that enhance learning & recognition experience.
IBM is a leading open hybrid cloud platform and cognitive solutions company, and one of the largest technology and consulting employers in the world. IBM is proud to support the W3C and the important role it plays in the development of the Web.
Dedicated to open source and the open web since 2001, Igalia works with the W3C to both create and implement the next generation of web standards. We believe that open specifications like those that the W3C produces are vital to a free and egalitarian web.
Flanders' research institute imec is devoted to Open Standards and Open Source since we joined the W3C Consortium back in 2000. Since then, a.o., we’ve been leading & contributing to the Media Fragments, Provenance, Solid, and Knowledge Construction WGs.
Inria is a founding member of W3C. Inria is the french national research institute dedicated to digital sciences, addressing scientific and technological challenges in IT and playing an active role in technology transfer. Inria was also the European host of W3C until 2002 and actively contributes to W3C groups and activities.
Inswave Systems Co., Ltd. is a software company that develops web standard based HTML5 UI platform. We support for W3C and in the path of making a better world of web standard by supporting freedom of web application and accessibility.
Internet Academy has provided practical and intensive Web development courses based on solid fundamentals since 1995. As a leading school of Web technologies, Internet Academy supports W3C, especially developer relations activities, and spreads the Web around the world.
KADOKAWA group has expanded its business, revamping business categories with the changing times, since foundation. We create a variety of Intellectual Property (IP), including books, movies, animations etc., and sell them worldwide, to develop our own global media mix strategy.
King’s College London is multi-faculty research-led institution & one of the top 10 UK universities in the world. King’s enjoys a rich legacy of excellence in computer science: Charles Babbage first demonstrated his prototype analytical engine, generally considered the first computer, at King’s in the 1840s.
We, Kodansha, are one of the biggest publishing company in Japan. Our goal is find, incubate and distribute talented people and their various content to all over the world.
KETI is a leading R&D institute specializing in electronics and IT under the Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy. KETI has led the growth of small and midsize Korean enterprises in the high-tech industry. We remain committed to growing together with companies in the global market, focusing on more real-world applications beyond the lab.
As a values-based organization and with our Literacy+ initiatives, Legible believes we can be a force of good in the world. We are committed to furthering the work of the W3C by partnering with this community to build a digital reading and publishing future that is accessible, beautiful, equitable, and sustainable.
At Level Access (formerly SSB BART Group), we believe that full and equitable access to technology is a human right. Through our working group involvement in accessibility standards and our products and services, we empower organizations to create accessible & inclusive digital experiences that increase equity for people with disabilities.
Mada Center aims at promoting digital inclusion and enhancing ICT accessibility. As the Center of Excellence in digital access in Arabic and an active member of W3C, Mada is leading the translation of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) into Arabic.
Mediavine provides world-class ad technology, publishing tools and full-service ad management worldwide, representing and monetizing nearly 9,000 publisher websites. Mediavine joined W3C with a goal to provide the important perspective of small site owners and publishers in the the conversation about the future of the web.
mesur.io is focused on solving the issues that impact our global food supply, health, and shared natural resources through the use of applied machine learning. To ensure that our solutions can reach everyone equally, we are firmly committed to the development of open standards at W3C.
The Ministry of Digital Affairs(moda), responsible for driving Taiwan’s digital transformation, will connect citizens and technology, improve industry and security, fulfill the goal of a smart country, and continue to lead the world via the Taiwan model. As a member of W3C, we are committed to working with all stakeholders, especially around DIDs.
A nonprofit public interest organization, MITRE works with the US government to apply systems engineering and advanced technology to issues of critical national importance. One of the W3C's founding Members, MITRE is strongly committed to open, vendor-neutral Web standards.
Mitsue-Links, leading client's businesses to sustainable development, is one of Japan's leading communication design companies.
Monotype enables creative minds to build and express authentic brands through design, technology and expertise, helping users communicate their brand identities both via traditional media and on the web using W3C technologies.
As a leading domestic blockchain technology and software application product development company, Disanji with full-service capabilities is the world's leading blockchain solution provider, including various blockchain technology research and development for various government departments and institutions.
NIST, a world-class research and technology laboratory within the U.S Department of Commerce, supports industry by developing measurements and standards. NIST is working with the W3C to develop conformance tests to ensure the quality of software and conformance to standards.
Navy Federal Credit Union is a member-owned and not-for-profit credit union serving the military, veterans and their families. Through membership with the W3C, we aim to advocate open and inclusive digital standards throughout the Web.
NEC Corporation is a leader in the integration of IT and network technologies. We provide combinations of products and solutions that benefit businesses and people around the world. We support the W3C's open, consensus-driven process and cutting-edge technology standards.
NHK, Nippon Hoso Kyokai (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), is Japan's only public broadcaster. NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories (NHK STRL) is the research institute of NHK and has been leading the research and development of broadcast technologies since 1930.
Ontotext is a global leader in enterprise knowledge graph technology and developer of GraphDB - an enterprise-ready semantic database engine. We combine data and content together in big knowledge graphs to allow better interlinking, interpreting, analyzing and reuse.
With location at the heart of every decision, it's more important than ever to collaborate across industries. OGC is proud to partner with W3C to ensure that location (spatial) data is Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR).
Optable Technologies Inc.
Oracle is committed to preserving the open standards-based philosophy that has made the World Wide Web so successful. We believe the W3C's open, consensus-driven process and associated rigorous public reviews make it uniquely positioned to guide the Web's technical evolution.
Pharos Labs, Inc, an operator of Cratos project, is a blockchain-based software company that develops Decentralized Identity technology with support for W3C and DID groups. We strive to revolutionize the current voting system for national elections by partnering with W3C community.
Pluto’s purpose is to help humanity transcend physical location. Pluto is a communications service that allows people to communicate and interact as if they are in person. Pluto is participating in Accessibility, WebXR and WebRTC Web Real-Time Communications Working Groups.
Ponder Source is a small post-capitalist software company focusing on open source, open protocols, and allowing computer systems to be "sovereign but connected".
Preset is a cloud-based computer solution for businesses. We develop cloud computing and low latency video streaming technologies. For this we participate in working groups mainly on GPU for the web and real-time communications like WebRTC.
Rakuten Group, Inc. (TSE: 4755) is a global leader in internet services that empower individuals, communities, businesses and society. Founded in Tokyo in 1997 as an online marketplace, Rakuten has expanded to offer services in e-commerce, fintech, digital content and communications to approximately 1.6 billion members around the world.
Raptive (formerly CafeMedia) manages digital advertising sales + technology for 3,000+ independent publishers. Ranked as the 10th largest digital property, we reach nearly 175M UVPM in the U.S. alone. We work with W3C to ensure the future of web advertising serves independent publishers, and the consumers who rely on the content they produce.
The Rhonda Weiss Center for Accessible IDEA Data (Weiss Center) provides technical assistance to state education agencies (SEAs) in the United States to improve and enhance the capacity to collect, report, analyze, and use accurate data, required under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) in dynamic, accessible formats.
SICS (Swedish Institute of Computer Science) promotes the uptake of Web standards through advanced IT research and development in collaboration with national and international industry, as well as with public sector organizations.
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. is a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media, and digital convergence technology. Samsung Electronics supports W3C recommendations in our products and continues to the explosion of Web technology in our business. Contact Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
The Accessibility Research Association (ARA), founded in 2005, Shenzhen, is the earliest professional organization dedicated to accessibility in China. In accelerating the process of China’s accessibility, ARA has pioneered in creating a one-step solution for accessibility that adapts to the domestic internet environment.
Siteimprove is a SaaS solution that helps organizations achieve their digital potential by empowering teams with actionable insights to deliver a superior website experience and drive growth. Siteimprove has 550 employees across 13 offices, helping over 7,200 customers globally.
Skynet Technologies is an ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 27001:2013 certified full-service development company; delivering ecommerce, digital marketing, web accessibility (ADA, DDA, WCAG, 508), web/app development & maintenance. Our headquarter is in Independence (KY) & other offices are in Las Vegas (NV), Gainesville (FL), Melbourne (VIC) & Jamnagar (INDIA).
Snake Nation is a social media platform with a digital wallet & VNM, our Stellar based (XLM) utility token. Platform members are incentivized for content engagement in VNM. The integrated ILP wallet allows for enhanced functionality including making P2P payments, cross-border payments, withdrawals, top-ups, and contactless payments in any currency.
As a proud member of the W3C DID Working Group, Sonr is committed to advancing decentralized identity solutions that empower individuals and organizations alike. Our work aligns with W3C's dedication to creating an open and interoperable web, fostering a robust digital ecosystem built on trust and privacy.
Syncro Soft encourages the adoption of the W3C standards. Its main product, oXygen XML Editor, is an integrated development environment supporting a large number of W3C standards including XML, XSLT, XML Schema and XQuery.
Aram Zucker-Scharff has been a dedicated member of W3C committees on topics of interest to the Post and fellow media orgs. In this role Aram aims to improve the state of the web to assure that journalists and media organizations can operate sustainably online and contribute to the web and society in partnership with users.
TopQuadrant provides TopBraid, enterprise-level solution platform for information integration, policy management, intelligent catalogs and other applications based on the Semantic Web standards. Through its products, services and training programs TopQuadrant is committed to bringing W3C standards into real world practice in enterprise applications
Understood is a social impact organization dedicated to shaping the world for difference, where more people who learn and think differently can thrive. We actively support W3C’s accessibility initiatives and continuously improve our website to ensure it is usable to everyone everywhere—regardless of ability, situation, or context.
The Universidad Politécnica de Madrid is the largest Spanish technological university as well as a renowned European institution. With two recognitions as Campus of International Excellence, it is outstanding in its research activity together with its training of highly-qualified professionals, competitive at an international level.
Université Côte d'Azur is a group of higher education institutions recently created on the Côte d'Azur. It brings together the main actors of higher education and research on the Côte d'Azur.
The School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh is a world leader in research and teaching in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science. W3C technologies are both used and studied here, and we are proud to contribute to their development.
University of Milano Bicocca
The School of Electronics and Computer Science at Southampton is a world-leading centre of excellence for research, teaching, enterprise and innovation in Computer Science, Electronics and Electrical Engineering. We host major national research initiatives applying and developing W3C technologies.
UserWay is a full service accessibility solutions provider, trusted by over one million websites. UserWay's AI Powered Widget, Realtime Scanning and Monitoring and Accessibility Audits (done by certified manual experts) are just a few of the services we offer. See https://userway.org for more information.
Vision Australia is a leading national provider of blindness and low vision services in Australia. We work in partnership with Australians who are blind or have low vision to help them achieve the possibilities they choose in life.
The Web3D Consortium, like W3C, supports open standardization. Web3D's open standards for real-time 3D communication include X3D, a powerful and extensible XML-based ISO standard for 3D visual effects, behavioral modeling, interaction and interoperability. Web3D membership includes companies, institutions, working groups and individuals.
weCreate specializes in creating outstanding B2B and Manufacturing website designs that are user experience and accessibility focused. We complement our industry leading website design capabilities with our ability to generate traffic and leads through advanced SEO and digital marketing services.
As a world-class leader in payments and transactional services that is at the forefront of the digital revolution, shaping new ways of paying, living, doing business and building relationships, Worldline is pleased to contribute to the online standards of tomorrow that enable these innovations.
Yahoo is a global media and tech company that reaches nearly 900 million people around the world, bringing them closer to what they love with the trusted products, content and tech that fuel their day. We provide a full-stack platform for businesses to amplify growth and drive more meaningful connections across advertising, search and media.
"Yubico believes that W3C and other open standards are the ultimate path to protecting internet users online. The company donates both time and resources to efforts that support this belief.”