Whether you have a mature contribution, an app, an idea you want to share or you are pursuing a PhD you can find the best venue for you:


Technical papers, Challenge papers and Doctoral Consortium papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library. Having a paper accepted at W4A guarantees a high visibility and good number of citations. As of October 2015, the average number of citations per article is 3.94 while each article has been downloaded 368 times on average.


Find the templates available at the ACM website. Consider the following:

Important Dates

  • Deadline for all submissions: January 15, 2016
  • Final decisions by February 19, 2016

NB: All finish at Pacific Standard Time (UTC-8).

Submissions now open.

All technical and communication paper submissions are made through the OpenConf Conference Management System.

The 13th Web for All Conference

11–13 April 2016. Co-located with WWW2016. Montreal, Canada.

Important dates

» Camera Ready papers: 10 March

Register for W4A

» Register usingWWW2016 Conference Registration

WWW/W4A Hackathon

» Hackathon details
» Hackathon Signup Form


Intuit will award $2000 and $1000 to the best technical and communication papers

Google will sponsor 6 PhD students to participate in the W4A Doctoral Consortium

IBM will provide travel grants to the winners of the People with Disabilities Student Award

The Paciello Group will give the Judges' and Delegates' awards to the winners of the Accessibility Challenge

Canvas and Intuit will award student grants to attend W4A

The ABILITY Magazine will feature the W4A 2016 award winners in their printed and online publications. See the 2015 winners report