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 ...

Funka in Bukarest panel

On the 8th of May, the South Eastern European Dialogue on Internet Governance is organising a conference on internet policy, including web accessibility. Funka’s Susanna Laurin is participating in a panel covering accessible digital technology for all.

Funka Accessibility Days 2019

Funka Accessibility Days are over and we have started planning for next year. Please have a look at the speaker presentations, photos, illustrations and quotes from the event. Many thanks to our participants, speakers, partners, exhibitors and suppliers!

Funka celebrates GAAD in Munich

The 16th of May, Funka’s Susanna Laurin is invited to Atos event in Munich to celebrate the Global Accessibility Awareness Day. The topics of the year are Artificial Intelligence and accessibility in the workspace.

The Swedish Monitoring Agency chooses Funka

DIGG is the authority that has been commissioned to both support the introduction and check compliance with the Web Accessibility Directive in Sweden. The authority has now signed a framework agreement with Funka and several other suppliers.

Accessibility in chatbots

More and more organizations use different types of chatbots in their customer dialogue. But do they work for everyone? Funka will find out in a project together with the Norwegian Tax Agency and IAAP Nordic. Do you want to join?

e-health agency chooses Funka

Health information is important for everyone. Therefore, the Norwegian e-health agency has chosen to sign a framework agreement with Funka to ensure a high level of universal design in its many popular digital services.

Training for people with disabilities

More people are needed who give advice and support on accessibility now that demand increases with regulations. People with disabilities are a resource that could be used much better. A new project will try to do just that.

Sign language, caption and audio description

We have written a small manual on sign language, captions and audio description. What does the Web Accessibility Directive require and when? What target groups benefit from these features? Are there any exceptions? We hope to answer some of your questions.