Accessibility Days 2013
For the fifth consecutive year, Funka’s Accessibility Days were a success. Each year the conference gathers even more attendees and we are proud to announce that this year’s event was the busiest ever. The conference was held at the Clarion Hotel Sign in the centre of Stockholm. After a full day of inspiring presentations, the first day ended with a reception in the exhibition area. The entire conference was interpreted simultaneously from English and Norwegian to Swedish, as well as translated to Swedish sign language and written Swedish.
Quotes from Funka Accessibilty Days 2013.
A big THANKS to @funkaNu for a splendid 2-days conference! Impressive, inspiring and professional!
Tina Wilhelmsson, The Swedish National Union of Students
All through really pleased. I don´t think I’ve ever learned so much from one conference. I found something useful in every presentation!
Heidi Karethe Lisle, Buypass, Norway
Impressive with simultaneous interpreting and sign language at #funkanu2013. You can also listen to the presentations in headphones.
Good level, but most important a great mix of broad information and practical advice. I received new knowledge but also specific advice and tips.
Anna-Lena Andersson, Swedish Agency for Accessible Media, MTM
I must be at the world’s most accessible conference.
Inspiring, a good width of both participants and sessions.
Annika Johansson, The research-based pharmaceutical industry in Sweden, LIF
Good! There was a big commitment both among the audience and the speakers. My own interest for these issues grew!
Tommy Mossberg, Nova Software
At #funkanu2013 on navigation that work or doesn’t work, search, responsive design and bilingual websites. Interesting program!
Edith Beckman, University of Skövde, Sweden
I would like to stay and listen to Andreas Melin, but have to choose Shadi Abou-Zahra. Tough choices at #funkanu2013.
This accessibility conference is interpreted to sign language and written transcription in two languages. Perfect presentation! #funkanu2013
Joakim Bording, Norway