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The State of Digital Accessibility: 2022 Survey Report

How does your organization’s digital accessibility program compare to others in your industry? What key factors are driving digital accessibility efforts forward, and where do the biggest challenges lie?

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To answer these questions and more, we asked more 1,000 public- and private-sector professionals for candid information about the state of digital accessibility at their organizations in 2022.

What we’ve learned will help you benchmark the strength of your program and justify greater investment in this space.

Request our State of Digital Accessibility report for a comprehensive overview of the digital accessibility landscape in 2022.

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The good news: Digital accessibility is becoming a mainstream priority.

  • Governance is more centralized.
  • More organizations are budgeting for it.
  • It’s increasingly considered a fundamental component of diversity and inclusion programs.

But, the survey still shows plenty of opportunities for improvement—learnings that may impact how, why, and when you should prioritize digital accessibility within your own organization.

Helpful insights and information

Download our 2022 State of Digital Accessibility for key learnings that will impact your program, including the percentage of organizations that:

  • Are shifting accessibility earlier in their dev lifecycle (and the benefits of doing so)
  • Have been sued for lack of compliance (even more than once!)
  • Opt to use an accessibility overlay (and the risk of this approach)
  • Prioritize accessibility when purchasing digital products (is yours accessible?)
Data presented from the state of digital accessibility report, including industries represented, location of respondents and organization size

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