Accessibility Check

Tingtun Accessibility Check helps you uncover barriers for people with disabilities on your website and in PDF documents. You can use the online tools provided for demonstration to create reports on the barriers found. To get an overview of barriers on multiple websites we can offer a monitoring service, and to explore one site in more details we provide a manual evaluation service.

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Tingtun Search combines capabilities of modern search engines like fast auto-complete and “did you mean” with functionality for searching through specific content such as contact information, online forms, or frequently asked questions.

The technology runs on a cloud solution for easy scalability.

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City Portal

Tingtun City Portal is a single point of entry to a city with overview over events and businesses. Events are collected from selected sources, and users can subscribe to events of interest.

The service enables local NGOs and small businesses to easily create and maintain an online presence and to publish their events in a unified calendar.

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“Tingtun Search is an innovative solution for more efficient navigation on the website, both for the citizens and for employees of the municipality.”

Siw Hege Tøstibakken Larvik kommune

“The Tingtun Checker reports are of great help in working with our vendor to improve the quality of our website.”

Marit Fagernes Grimstad kommune

“I use the PDF checker from Tingtun regularly to support my clients in their work to achieve more accessible web solutions.”

Egil Jacobsen Aletheia Kommunikasjon

Ongoing projects

European Internet Inclusion Initiative, 2013–2015

The European Inclusion Initiative (EIII) will prepare a collection of services in a new combination of existing automated open source evaluation tools for accessibility and also supports user testing of websites and audio-visual media. EIII is supported by the EC (FP7), co-ordinated by Tingtun and carried out in a collaboration with international partners from government, users, and from research.

eFAQ, 2013-2014

The project will cover frequently asked questions for local government agencies and explore tools to collect and share FAQ records. The project is supported by the Research Council of Norway, under the Verdikt program. A demonstrator is available at:
Verdikt link

User Testing Tool, 2012–

User Testing Tool is a web-based tool integrating with an existing automated checker for testing websites against the WCAG 2.0 guidelines. The initial development of the project was supported by the Research Council of Norway, under the IT Funk program.

See the IT Funk project page or try out the prototype.

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