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 ...

Enjoy your training longer!

Imagine a really good live training that you can rewind and use as a reference. Imagine a training manager who continues to answer questions long after the training is over. This is exactly what we can offer.

Support around self service terminals

Funka has been commissioned to provide the Norwegian authority for compliance control, Difi, to support in terms of information and structure of the underlying standards on self service terminals that provide the baseline of the Norwegian legislation.

Funka in Israel

Funka’s Roberto Zuffada, has been invited to present the EIP on AHA major achievements at the annual event organised by the network of Horizon 2020 National Contact Points in Israel. The success of the European innovation partnership goes beyond the EU borders.

Funka takes part in evaluation committee

Oslo and Akershus University College has initiated an evaluation of its master's program in universal design of ICT and Funka participates in the committee.

Swedish Discrimination Act tested

For the first time since the Swedish Discrimination Act was amended to include accessibility in 2015, the Equality Ombudsman is preparing a case on web accessibility.

Funka Accessibility Days

The 4-5th of April 2017, we welcome the world leaders in accessibility and UX to Stockholm to inspire and share knowledge with you – helping you to create solutions that benefit all users.

Why so many fail despite good intentions

A chronicle by Hampus Sethfors, accessibility and usability expert at Funka. Hampus gives us his top three reasons why so many fail their accessibility work.

Instruction videos on EN 301 549 published

Sponsored by Microsoft, Funka has produced a set of videos about the European standard on accessibility requirements for public procurement of ICT products and services. The videos are being published one after the other – please feel free to share it!