On January 8, 2021, the bodies of the European Union completed a public consultation (“Have your say”) on the directions for the amendment of Directive (EU) 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council of October 26, 2016 on the availability of websites and mobile applications of sector bodies public. Using the form, weRead more about Our input during consultations on Directive 2016/2102[…]
In 2020, we worked intensively at the Foundation on issues related to digital accessibility, including implementation planned empirical research in the research project “Model of sharing content on the Internet in accordance with people with disabilities with applicable national and international law and the principles of WCAG 2.0 “(NCN 2016/22 / E / HS5 /Read more about Digital Accessibility 2020. Report by FREE[…]
As part of the project “Center of Programming Excellence” Lodz Politechnique published guidelines concerning accessibility as part of the law that entered into force on 4 of April 2019 requiring public bodies to create accessible websistes. Below are guidelines reporoduced verbatim in English (using Google Translate): 1. All graphic elements should be described with conciseRead more about Accessibility Guidelines in the CMI Project[…]
We are very pleased to inform that National Science Center has signed a grant agreement with FREE concerning the research project titled: “Ensuring web accessibility in accordance with national and international law as well as WCAG 2.0 guidelines”. The project commenced in August 2017 and will continue for the next 3 years.
People with disabilities, especially with visual impairments, have limited accessability to abundance of content offered by the Internet. To goal of this project is to set up a study group, also comprising people with visual impairments, which would analyze legal aspects of latest rules regarding methods of publishing content in Web, from the perspective ofRead more about WCAG 2.0 Principles[…]