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 ...

Early Bird discount for Funka Accessibility Days

17-18th of April 2018, 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. Until 31 December, you will get an Early Bird discount. Register now, so you're sure to get your seat.

Engagement towards Active and Healthy Ageing

Funka's Roberto Zuffada was invited to two events in Italy, presenting the most recent developments of the European Innovation partnership for Active and Healthy Ageing, thus confirming the leadership of Funka in the market of digital innovation for ageing and well-being.

Web Accessibility Directive: Norway is facing a choice

How is Norway going to transpose the new EU-regulations on web accessibility when the existing legislation has a broader scope? Funka has participated in the public hearing and written a formal response.

How are standards used in public procurement?

Funded by Microsoft, Funka now investigates the extent to which accessibility standards are used in public procurement and purchasing.

Understandable text and information for all

”Understandable Text and Information for All” is a three-year research project aimed at improving access to understandable and accessible social information in Sweden. This autumn Funka, together with partners and user organisations, is conducting user tests focusing on reading comprehension of different types of texts.

Sodexo selects Funka for web development

Funka has developed two websites with high demands for accessibility on behalf of Sodexo: one focusing on providing support for visually impaired people and one for aid service.

It's time to put our feet down!

A judicial precedent now allows for a tighter interpretation of the Swedish law on support and services for certain disabled people. This may mean that many people lose their right to personal assistance. Do we really want people to be denied a worthy life on equal terms with others?

First steps for the IAAP Nordic chapter!

This autumn, the Nordic Chapter of IAAP, covering Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland, has started its activities with meeting potential local founders and members. IAAP is The International Association of Accessibility Professionals. The first meeting was held in Stockholm, Sweden, in September and we are right now planning for events in the rest of the countries.