Paris-Web is a French non-profit "law 1901" association founded in 2005 by Eric Daspet, Stephane Deschamps and Adrien Leygues. Every year in October, the association organizes «Paris-Web», a French speaking conferences and workshops series held over three days in Paris. It usually explores Web accessibility, Web design and open standards.

Beyond this event, the purpose of Paris-Web is to promote quality web development at large: standards, accessibility, usability and design methods. It participates in events, forums and promotes initiatives that support these principles.

The objective of the association is to address all segments of the production chain of the web: beginners to experts, technicians as decision makers, creative as quality professionals. That is why the themes of the conference intend to be eclectic, from design to development through project management, so that each participant can make the most of his coming.

During www2012, Paris-Web will organize two French speaking sessions on Thursday the 19th in the afternoon, one about “managing web quality”, and one about “integrating accessibility in quality processes”: