The Mobile Age project ensures the inclusion of seniors in digital public services thanks to the development of user-friendly mobile applications based on open government data. Thus, it supports their access to civic participation, their involvement in their communities, and helps them benefit from open government data and mobile technologies. Such mobile applications will be tested at co-creation workshops held in four pilot sites in Europe, namely UK, Germany, Spain and Greece.
Tingtun is a partner in the Mobile Age project, co-funded by the European Commission under H2020.
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The European Inclusion Initiative (EIII) has prepared 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 open source to ensure accountability of results and facilitate adoption and further use of the results. EIII has delivered web-based tools for testing websites against the WCAG 2.0 guidelines. The project is supported by the European Commission (FP7), co-orinated by Tingtun and carried out in a collaboration with international partners from government, users, and from research.
The Termfinn project was carried out in a collaboration with the Norwegian Building Authority to prepare a universally designed solution to look up technical terms related to the building sector.
The project is supported by The Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs.