Our customers and partners
PGS Software is one of Europe's largest software houses with more than 1,000 IT professionals delivering customized software. As part of one of the Accessibility Guild's meetings, we delivered a short introductory training on mobile application accessibility testing to the company's developers and testers.
Allegro is the most popular online shopping destination in Poland with over 21 million registered accounts and over 1.2 million items sold on the platform daily. We helped them to improve the platform's accessibility. Our specialists performed initial testing and provided the list of issues which potentially blocked visually impaired people from using both the webpage and mobile application. As a result 20+ improvements have been implemented and deployed in just a few days, making the system more user-friendly and accessible.
SAR is an organisation that brings together accessibility industry professionals and develops standards for the accessibility of websites and consumer products. We are actively involved in Standard Accessibility Reporting, including the Standards Development Stewardship Panel. As the first European company to be accepted as a member of SAR, we ensure that the standards developed there are aligned with legislation and practices used in European Union.
Krakow Film Foundation created and hosts annual Krakow Film Festivals and other events connected with cinema. We are proud to contribute to one of the biggest film events in Poland by testing accessibility of KFF VOD and MyKFF platforms, where you can order and watch festival movies from all around the world.
Audiotourista audio guides give you the possibility to discover the world and hear the best stories about the most interesting places. Contributing to their mobile apps development by checking its accessibility and usability was a great pleasure and adventure. We tested both iOS and Android versions.
Our project for Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow covered WCAG compliance assessment together with real user experience testing executed by a visually impaired tester. All MOCAK's presentations and projects are undertaken by the museum with diverse audiences in mind.
Accessibility Plus is a governmental programme adopted by the Resolution of the Council of Ministers. Its aim is to ensure free access to goods, services and opportunities to participate in social and public life for people with special needs. We were pleased to join the signatories of the Partnership for Accessibility, feeling that it is an ideal place for companies like us.
The Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow](https://teatrwkrakowie.pl/en) is one of the most renowned and distinguished Polish theatres. We are proud to test part of their webpage - a virtual walking tour with an audiodescription - and as a result make it more accessible and user friendly.
Edisonda is a research and design consultancy specialising in business design. Their team of 50+ seasoned designers, analysts, and researchers support startups and international corporations in the area of self-care, digital workplace, and e-commerce. We supplement their offer with accessibility tests and training for UX and UI designers, programmers and testers.
We cooperate cosely with portal Udostępnij się! from their day one. Their platform is the best place to find information about cultural events accessible for people with disabilities. We tested their webpage to ensure that it is fully accessible as well.
In collaboration with the Jagiellonian University Accessibility Centre, we held a training session on 'How to design accessible websites according to WCAG 2.1'. As part of the class, we demonstrated how people with disabilities use Internet resources, discussed the WCAG guidelines and went through examples of good practices and the most common accessibility mistakes. We used existing university websites as classroom material.
NETKONCEPT develops and implements software for public administration to improve the work of local governments, offices and many other institutions. Our cooperation concerned an audit of the digital accessibility of the public information bulletin (BIP) website. We delivered an audit report on compliance with the WCAG 2.1 standard. We also conducted tests with users with disabilities.
Mountain Tourism Center of Polish Tourist Society (PTTK) promotes mountain tourism and teaches safe hiking in the mountains. We delivered a training for mountain guides cooperating with the center. During the meeting, we discussed the topics of different types of disabilities, accessibility of tourist attractions and the rules of savoir-vivre in interaction with people with disabilities.
ITCQF (International Technical Communication Qualifications Foundation) is an international foundation that provides training and certification for technical writers. We tested the accessibility of the website and then completely rebuilt it, significantly improving accessibility, performance, readability and search engine positioning. We continue to work closely with the ITCQF in the area of digital accessibility.
Foundation [Siódmy zmysł] (https://siodmyzmysl.org/) [English: "Seventh sense"] makes the world more accessible. They specialize in audio description, captions and subtitles, translation to sign language and similar projects. We cooperate closely with them whenever our technical accessibility expertise can be used to make the lives of the handicapped users easier and more comfortable.
The Krakow Opera is one of the most prestigious places on the musical map of Poland. We tested part of their webpage - a virtual walking tour - both from impaired user experience and WCAG 2.1 AA perspectives.
[The Full of Culture Foundation] (https://pelnikultury.pl/the-full-of-culture-foundation/) carries out projects related to music, material and non-material national heritage, tourism, sport and gastronomy. They work on the accessibility of public space for people with disabilities, create audiodescriptions, subtitles and conduct training in the area of accessibility. That's why they engaged us to work on the Digital Unesco project where we conducted a WCAG compliance audit and disabled user testing. We are working closely together, creating, e.g. new accessible website for the foundation.
[Antma IT] (https://antmait.com/en/homepage-qa/) is a group of experts in IT project management. They implement and promote best practices in large and small organisations, execute projects on behalf of their customers or by themselves. We support these activities in areas related to digital accessibility ensuring compliance with the WCAG standard and improving user experience (UX) for users with disabilities.
As part of the "Practical introduction to digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications" workshop, we introduced Museum of Krakow employees to assistive technologies used by the visually impaired people and showed them how to test the accessibility of websites and mobile applications on their own.
While testing the website of the Ars Independent festival, we carried out verification of compliance with the WCAG 2.1 standard at level AA, as well as tests for users with visual impairments. The project also included retests of corrected accessibility flaws.
We tested the accessibility of Techwriter.pl - the largest Polish website dedicated to technical documentation. We constantly advise technical writers on how to create and maintain accessible content and documents.
Accessibility audit of the Horzyca Theatre website included tests of compliance with WCAG guidelines at level AA as well as testing by end users with disabilities. The final audit report, containing more than 100 observations, was accompanied by training and consultation for the programmers responsible for making improvements.
We closely cooperate with testerzy.pl – the biggest Polish website dedicated to knowledge sharing in the area of software testing and at the same time big accessibility advocates.
We have been co-creating the "Software Testing" and "Technical Communication" postgraduate studies at the Vistula University since day one. As part of our partnership, we introduce future testers and technical writers to the world of people with special needs, accessibility testing and creating accessible technical documentation.
We designed and created an accessible website, Sztukaopisana.pl, containing audiodescriptions of the most famous works of art in the country and the world. Together with founders of this project, we maintain it and develop new features continuously making arts available for visually impaired people.
4_testers is a comprehensive course for junior software testers. As part of our cooperation, we provide its participants with basic information on accessibility of websites and mobile applications.