We strive for as many people as possible to be able to use the Form/Design Center's website. On this page, we describe how Form/Design Center complies with Swedish law on accessibility to digital public service, any known accessibility problems and how you can report deficiencies to us so that we can fix them.
If you need content from Form/Design Center that is not available to you, you can email us directly at email@example.com
IF CONTENT IS NOT AVAILABLE TO YOU
If you need content from Form/Design Center that is not available to you, you can notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All incoming e-mails are read, but the response time varies, we strive to get back to you within two working days.
Let us know if you find if a page or feature that you feel does not meet the requirements other than the ones we list below that prevent you from accessing our website, or if you feel that we do not comply with the law. This is important information that we use in our accessibility work. Report deficiencies on the website to email@example.com
If you are not satisfied with how we meet the requirements for accessibility, you can also contact the Authority for Digital Administration and report it. They are responsible for supervising the law on accessibility to digital public services.
Form/Design Center invokes exceptions for unreasonably burdensome adaptation in accordance with section 12 of the Act on Accessibility to Digital Public Services for the following content:
Some links and interactive elements lack alternative text and are not accessible. This can be alternative text for some images on the site. However, we strive to make it available.
The requirement for accessibility-adapted films and sounds applies to material published after 23 September 2020. The films and sounds on the website that are published before 23 September are not covered by the requirements.
Therefore, Form/Design Center draws attention to the following shortcomings in certain materials:
• There is no subtitle on some movies. However, we strive as a minimum to autotext our film material.
• There are no audio descriptions (visual interpretations) of films.