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Funka is the market leader in accessibility in Sweden.

We analyze, develop and educate in accessibility. We provide support, recommendations and testing. Through our work in W3C and the EU we are contributing to setting standards. We are in the reference and working groups at national and international level. We have 80% of the Swedish public sector authorities as customers. We do say that we can take any interface and make it accessible...

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To illustrate accessibility

A combination of text, image and audio is often the best way to reach your website visitors. Does it always have to be expensive and complicated? Not really. Funka has delivered straightforward illustrations for the advices published by the monitoring authority Difi, aiming to support the understanding of WCAG.
Funka offers design services
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Parliamentary parties exclude persons with disabilities

Ahead of the forthcoming parliamentary elections in Sweden, Funka has made an accessibility audit on the different parties’ websites. None of the parties meet the requirements and only two out of eight passes half of the tests! Funka’s political parties audit has received quite some media attention in Sweden.
Funka’s parliamentary parties audit
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Nordic research focus

We have strengthened our department for research and collaborative projects in the Nordic countries by hiring additional resources. It is just a bit over a year since we opened our Madrid office focusing on European research projects - but we want to do more.
Strengthening the research department
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The Municipality of Trollhättan dares to try new ways

When the Swedish Municipality Trollhättans Stad were about to develop a new website they chose to bring in a number of tenders based on clear requirements. As a second step, they met with a few selected suppliers to pick the right partner.
Trollhättan choses Funka
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Funka Accessibility Days

On April 14- 15 it is time for Funka Accessibility Days again. We are pleased to already present some exciting parts of the program. Book the dates in your calendar at once so that you don’t risk missing out on northern Europe’s largest conference on accessible ICT!


About Funka Accessibility Days 2015
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Funka develops innovative community living for young people

Together with the architectural bureau Gisselberg Arkitekter, Funka has developed a project to create an accessible, attractive and economical community living for young people in Sweden. The Swedish National Board of Housing, Building and Planning, Boverket, is financing the project.
Research on future housing for young people
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Chronicle: Holiday = Disability

Visiting new countries and places often involve a few challenges; language problems, cultural clashes or accessibility differences from what we are used to at home. Andreas Cederbom, Responsible for the Analysis Unit at Funka, has had time to reflect on his own disability during the holidays.
Chronicle by Andreas Cederbom

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Contact

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José Angel Martínez Usero
Responsible for International Affairs

Direct: +34 915 313 077
Mobile: +34 696 721 444
jose.usero@funka.com

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