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Funka is the market leader in accessibility in Sweden.

We analyze, develop and educate in accessibility. We provide support, recommendations and testing. Through our work in W3C and the EU we are contributing to setting standards. We are in the reference and working groups at national and international level. We have 80% of the Swedish public sector authorities as customers. We do say that we can take any interface and make it accessible...

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Funka wants to develop an inclusive tool for data collection

Surveys and studies often work poorly for people with different disabilities. It's one of the reasons that these users don’t appear in the statistics. Funka, together with the Royal Institute of Technology and the Dyslexia Association in Sweden, have received funding from the Swedish innovation agency Vinnova to try to solve this problem.
Prestudy on accessible market research studies
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Extended contract for the European Commission

Funka’s contract to support Action Group D4 has been extended. The Group is part of the European Commission’s Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing. Funka’s role consists of providing a wide range of supporting services to different parts of the group’s activities.
Funka continues providing support to Action Group D4
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Funka helps the Swedish National Heritage Board to disprove old myths

It’s quite possible to increase accessibility in buildings with cultural importance without risking the historical values. People often assume that this is impossible without really reflecting on the matter. To demonstrate solutions on how our cultural heritage can be made more accessible, The Swedish National Heritage Board has assigned Funka.
An accessible national heritage
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IAAP takes important steps forward

Funka is one of the founding members of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals, IAAP. The association continues to grow and recently introduced its new permanent CEO Christine Peck. Funka’s Susanna Laurin reports from Washington where the certification of accessibility experts has been one of the board’s main focuses.
Ensuring the competence of accessibility experts
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Funka Accessibility Days

For the 7th consecutive year, Funka organises northern Europe’s largest conference on accessible ICT in Stockholm on April 14-15, 2015. As usual, the conference will have a world-class program raising important topics on accessible information. Register before December 31 to receive our early bird discount of 15 % on the registration fee!

Register to Funka Accessibility Days 2015
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December 3 is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Each year, the UN picks a theme that is important to highlight on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This year’s theme has provided many people with disabilities better access to everything from work to entertainment and is perfectly linked to Funka’s business: Sustainable Development: The Promise of Technology. We will focus on user-driven design and celebrate the day by conducting user tests. What will you do?
Technology focus
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A mutual admiration society

Funka’s CEO Susanna Laurin questions why accessibility and user experience experts are so eager to talk to people with similar opinions. Wouldn't it be better to let different views and opinions meet to bring about change?
CEO’s corner

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