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Comprehending the current status of your organization’s culture and processes through an evaluation of the relative performance in delivering inclusive and accessible products and services.

Acknowledging your intentions clarifies why you will work on accessibility. The benchmark identifies gaps in processes, templates, and policies to define the priorities and shape training needs, thereby preparing to become ISO 30071-1 Ready.

This provides a clear WHY for accessibility and inclusivity, and WHAT to do to embed this with the underlying process standards EN 17161 and ISO 30071-1, helping to comply with e.g.: the European Accessibility Act (EAA), the Web Accessibility Directive (WAD), Section 508, and more.

Accessibility Benchmark providing a clear Gap Analysis

Initial 2-Speed Approach

1 Addressing immediate product needs

Through a series of comprehensive measures such as audits, workshops, and training sessions.

2 The utilization of EN and ISO Benchmarking

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Greatly assists in comprehending any existing gaps within the organization, as well as determining its competitive position.

Furthermore, it enables the development of a long-term plan to effectively address these identified areas of improvement.

Benchmarking insights

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  • Management & Project Leaders
  • Employees and Teams
  • Competitors
  • Products and Documentation
  • Process and Policy
  • Communication

How to do a Gap-Analysis?

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  • Kick-off
  • Benefits
  • Competitor Analysis
  • Surveys
  • Quick Audits
  • Reviews

What comes out of a Gap-Analysis?

  • High Level Business Case
  • Shaping of Approach
  • Required Changes
  • Programme
  • Reports Summary
  • Final Presentation

Master Cheffing Digital Accessibility

As a Michelin-starred meal delights the senses, digital accessibility enhances user experiences. Including but not limited to access for screen readers, keyboard navigation, and text alternatives.

“Acknowledging the importance of accessibility in the digital age can be compared with highlighting the artistry that goes into an exceptional Michelin dinner.”

Both endeavors share the same goal: to offer an exceptional and fulfilling experience, be it in the world of fine dining or the boundless realm of digital interaction.

Improving Digital Accessibility is like
preparing a 3-star Michelin diner

Unlocking doors to equal access

“Just as a lighthouse shows the way in the darkness, a benchmark acts as a bright beacon for digital accessibility in your organization.

It is not only a measure of progress, but also a compass that guides organizations towards higher standards and a more inclusive and digital future.

A benchmark is the key to unlocking doors to equal access for everyone, because it not only measures, but also inspires you to keep raising the bar.”

Camiel Driessen
CEO and co-founder