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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 Official Guidelines on Web Accessibility in Norway. All in order to facilitate comprehension.
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 parliamentary parties audit
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Despite the law: Norway fails in accessibility

Norway has legislation on web accessibility. To get a better idea of the general awareness of the legislation, Funka recently reviewed the web accessibility of recently launched websites. Despite the requirements we found major flaws.
Funka’s latest review in Norway
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Scytl choses Funka

Scytl, global provider of e-voting services, has signed up for a series of accessibility trainings with Funka in Barcelona, Spain. Ensuring an accessible e-voting system for all persons is of great importance from a democratic perspective.
Scytl in accessibility training
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Open Days at Funka

At Funka we regularly open our doors to different customers, partners and organisations. It is a great occasion to meet our staff, learn about the latest within accessibility and not the least experience our user lab. Each year, we also hold an Open Day at our Stockholm office – this year on September 4.
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Funka develops innovative community living for young people

Together with the architectural bureau Gisselberg Arkitekter, Funka has developed a project plan 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. Funka’s Andreas Cederbom has had time to reflect on his own disability during the holidays.
Chronicle by Andreas Cederbom

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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