Funka Accessibility Days

Funka Accessibility Days is northern Europe’s largest conference on accessible ICT. We are proud to welcome some of the world´s leading experts on web accessibility to the beautiful city of Stockholm, Sweden, 2nd - 3rd September, 2020.

The program is, as always, an exciting mix of the latest in legislation and requirements, inspiration from all corners of the world and good examples presented by some of the foremost specialists in web accessibility. You can choose to focus on technology, developer questions, testing tools and assistive technology, or immerse yourself in accessible content, design, navigation and how visitors perceive information.

At the Accessibility Days we address what our customers are focusing on right now, for example:

  • Automatic testing and manual assessment – a delicate balance
  • User testing - a success factor
  • ARIA in practice – what actually works for assistive technology
  • WCAG 2.1 design requirements - good examples and best practices
  • Single Page Application and accessibility - managing modern frameworks correctly
  • Accessibility in native apps - practical tips

Among the international speakers we are proud to already being able to mention:

  • Makoto Ueki, Infoaxia, Japan, presenting on the Japanese pespective, always entertaining
  • Scott O'Hara, TPG, USA, talks about modals and live code on stage
  • Linn Vizard, Canada, focuses on design strategy for inclusion in different channels
  • Bart Declercq, presents how the federal government of Belgium tries to they help both users and authorities get the best out of the Web Accessibility Directive

In addition, the latest news from Funka's research department with exciting results about, among other things

  • how form and content interact for better comprehension

As usual, you have the chance to ask any questions you want to Funka experts during the popular program point

  • Meet the expert - you choose whether you want to talk about front end, back end, UX design, graphical designer, content specialist, assistive technology specialist or experts in legislation and standards.

In the exhibition you have the opportunity to meet users and test different types of assistive technology and we always have our gaming corner for anyone who wants to challenge themselves in an inclusive way.


The program is held in English, Swedish and Norwegian and simultaneously interpreted to English, Swedish sign language and captioned.