Mentimeter Accessibility Statement

We want to make it easy to listen and be heard. One of our core principles both internally and in the development of Mentimeter is inclusiveness, and we want to make it possible for everyone to get their voice heard with Mentimeter. Therefore, we design and build our platform to be perceivable, operable, understandable and robust enough to be used by presenters all over the world.

Accessibility is important

We know that accessibility is important for everyone that uses Mentimeter and we work continuously to improve our products from a user and accessibility perspective.

How we work with accessibility

As we develop our service we have accessibility and usability in mind. We constantly improve our design system Ragnar and our guidelines, which is the foundation of our products. A clear goal we have is to increase awareness and the importance of knowledge in the accessibility field.

Our support is a source of knowledge to understand our customers needs and we regularly perform user tests, which we greatly benefit from in order to make our services more accessible.

We also rely on statistics to prioritize which question types should work flawlessly and try to make these question types work even better.

In addition to this, we also have done a self-evaluation together with an accessibility specialist who reviews several parts of our services.

What we need to improve

There are some shortcomings in Mentimeter that we are aware of, for example not all of our question types are accessible and in some situations it may be difficult to perform certain tasks with assistive technology. In our Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT), that you find below, you will find more in depth information about our shortcomings.

If you experience any problems or have ideas for improvements, please contact us at because your options matter and can help us get even better.


The Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is an industry standard template for recording how a product or service conforms to Section 508 of the United States Rehabilitation Act. Based on this template, we aim to start rolling out improvements to the application regarding accessibility wherever possible.

We have appointed a group responsible for accessibility matters. Feedback can be sent to

Mentimeter Accessibility Conformance Report

VPAT® Version 2.4 (Revised) INT

Name of Product/Version: Mentimeter voting site "Menti"

Product Description: The "Menti" site used to collect input from participants on Mentimeter polls and presentations

Date: March 2023

Contact information:

Notes: This report only applies to the Mentimeter voting site "Menti" (accessible via and all pages on that domain. The Mentimeter site and web application are not part of this report.

Evaluation Methods Used: General product knowledge, Mac OS Catalina with VoiceOver, Chrome 80

Download PDF Report: Mentimeter Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT)

Inclusivity starts in school

The “Bring your own device” principle only works if everyone has their own device. Do you want to use Mentimeter with your students but hesitate to do so in case a few of them don’t have a smartphone to use? We want to make sure that everyone is included. Send us an email to, tell us what you need and why, and we will assess if we can sponsor you and your students.