Funka’s revisions have become synonymous with testing the accessibility of a website. Our surveys not only involve technology, but also pedagogy and content. We are alone in offering that. We also test mobile user interfaces, internal systems, search engines, PDFs, authoring tools, e-Pub, intranet and video. Funka’s surveys have no less than 273 validation points for accessible information.
Our audits let the client chose between analysing the content separately, get a total overview or focus on a specific part of the interface.
Funka's audits are based on international and European standards, WCAG 2.0, EN301549, ATAG, WAI-ARIA, and local guidelines. Besides, Funka has developed further requirements for clients wishing to go further than the basic level. Funka’s requirements are based on our long experience, our close ties to the disability organisations and several thousand tests and analyses of interface accessibility. Among other things Funka has developed mobile navigation guidelines that have generated widespread international recognition.
Funka offers three levels of audits:
- Status survey
The Revision is our biggest survey. It consists of an approved/non-approved checklist. Inside there is also a description of which groups that are affected by each part and a list of prioritized measures/solutions. The Revision survey is delivered personally, at a meeting, where we step by step, in detail, go over the report. You and your supplier will of course have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss how to handle further suggestions.
The Overview consists of everything except the solutions/measures. The pedagogic overview does not go quite as deep in the structure as the revision. You can of course purchase the solutions/measures separately at another time if you like. The overview is delivered personally, at a meeting, where we step by step, in detail, go over the report. You and your supplier will of course have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss how to handle further suggestions.
The Status survey consists only of the approved/non approved checklist of any eventual problems we have found. This product is first and foremost thought of as a test of acceptance before launching a new website. It serves as an excellent product when ensuring that your supplier/developer has done what he was hired to do. It takes some basic knowledge to comprehend the result, but you can of course purchase support by the hour when ordering a Status survey. Personal meeting is not included.
Our test methodology, based on W3C guidelines, is the method chosen by the European Commission to measure accessibility status in the member states. Everything we recommend is tested in real life and based on our extensive research.