Funka focuses on accessibility

We analyse, develop and educate in accessibility. We provide support, recommendations and user testing. We contribute to standards and guidelines at national and international level. We are market leaders in accessibility. We like to say that we can make anything accessible ...

The complete conference program is now available!

You wouldn’t miss the most important accessibility conference of the year, would you? This year accessibility is on everyone’s lips because of new regulations in Europe. Join the Accessibility Days in Stockholm 4-5 April to get the latest news and the opportunity to learn from the experts and network with others in the same situation. Register now!

The eternal question of cost

Funka’s CEO Susanna Laurin reports from an EU conference on accessibility and legislation in Brussels. The focus is, as usual, on the economy.

Stepwise development towards digital learning

There is much focus on education right now. One of many exciting projects we are involved in is about a digital learning tool that our aim is to make more accessible.

Funka investigates technology for text-to-speech

The Swedish Press and Broadcasting Authority has tasked Funka with surveying what technical solutions there are on the market for text-to-speech functionality for television broadcasts. We will also survey how users experience the different solutions and what costs they incur.

Public services closer to people's everyday lives

Funka is contributing expertise on accessibility and user experience in an ambitious EU-funded research project that has now reached half-time. The goal is for more people to participate actively in the municipality through creative IT solutions.

Online course in accessible writing

More and more customers choose our online trainings. Naturally some courses are more suitable for the web than others, but now we have even done a distance writing course with great results!

New project about understandable information

Funka is participating in a new exciting project about how persons with different types of cognitive difficulties can get more understandable information. The Swedish Dyslexia Association is leading the project.

A tool to measure accessibility

One of the winners of the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority’s innovation competition ”Best in business” is Ayond, who will, in cooperation with Funka, develop a tool to measure accessibility – for real.