Welcome to our project website!
We develop a software tool supporting cognitive accessibility of web content. Our objective is to enable people with cognitive disabilities to better read, understand and use webpages. To keep a long story short we want to make access to original webpages easier for users. This is why the project is called “Easy Reading“.
On our webpage you can learn more about the project, the research and about the people behind the project.
Learn more about the developement of the software, our ten workpackages and project objectives.
What is peer research? Why is it important? Visit the Research LAB to find out and to read our Peer Researcher Diary.
Here you can find all of our current project results e.g. the handbook, the informed consent and the deliverables of the different workpackages
Behind the project is a team of international project partners from various fields. Here you can find out more about the different partners and how you contact us.
- In November 2019, the RehaCare magazine interviewed Susanna Laurin from Funka on the topic ‘Digital Accessibility’. Representing G3ict/IAAP at the European Commission, Susanna Laurin emphasizes the important role of research […]Read More »
- Our peer-researchers from Proqualis/KI-I and PIKSL have already started with the user tests. An important part of the tests is the testing of the symbols in the Easy Reading tool in […]Read More »
- Every year in November, the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (BMAS) organises the Inclusion Days. Last year we presented the Easy Reading project as a good example of […]Read More »