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We released USWDS v2 in April 2019. For current information on USWDS, visit

This USWDS v1 site is archived. It is read-only, so use it for v1 only.

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Thanks to the data that’s collected through the Data Analytics Platform, the U.S. Web Design Standards is able to pull out the web analytics for the known sites that are using the Standards. We use this information to keep track of how the general exposure of the Standards has trended from quarter to quarter. In the future, the team hopes to use the source of data to learn more about the trends of users as they continue to use sites that are using the U.S Web Design Standards.

Latest Analytics January - March 2017

Total Users Exposed - 68,868,781

Total New Users Exposed - 59,951,812

Total Sessions - 134,442,417

Total Pageviews - 424,001,431