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 program of the Accessibility Days is public!

This year, there is a natural focus on new guidelines and regulations, but we also offer exciting sessions on everything from accessible mobile apps to accessible email. Spain is the international outlook of the year and one of the largest public sector bodies in Sweden shares experiences from their impressive accessibility work. As usual, we will provide you with practical recommendations and good examples. Welcome!

Funka in Vienna

Funka's CEO Susanna Laurin is invited to speak at the conference Zero Project: Accessibility, which takes place 21-23 February 2018 at the UN office in Vienna.

Irish research assignment on certification possibilities

On behalf of the National Disability Authority in Ireland, Funka will investigate possibilities for certification in universal design for Irish IT professionals.

Investigation of digital tools

Funka will investigate how digital tools can be used for citizen engagement in Norwegian municipalities. It is the Norwegian Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation who gave us the assignment.

Accessible language learning for immigrants

By winning the Innovation Competition run by the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority, the tech startup Lingio, with help from Funka, will be able to make its language app accessible to persons with disabilities.

Gyldendal aims high with accessibility

The Norwegian publishing house Gyldendal wants to be at the forefront of the expected increase in legal requirements for accessibility in the education sector in Norway. Therefore, they have used Funka for accessibility training of their employees and for expert review of a web platform.

On the importance of noticing things

Do you also take seemingly mundane things for granted? Emil Gejrot, Junior Researcher at Funka, reflects on the fact that no matter how well we think we understand how things work, there will always be something unconsidered, something gone unnoticed - and how all this can be applied to accessibility.

The Swedish Association of the Visually Impaired

The Swedish Association of the Visually Impaired has once again chosen Funka as a supplier for long-term stability in terms of the accessibility of its digital development work.