What to do if you cannot use parts of the website
If the contents you need from Moderna Museet is not accessible to you, please notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We read all incoming e-mail, but our response time varies depending on the workload. E-mails received evenings and weekends are normally replied to during the next working day.
Please contact us if you find further shortcomings.
Please tell us if you find any shortcomings other than the ones listed below, which prevent you from accessing our website, or if you feel that we do not comply with the legal requirements. This feedback is valuable to our efforts to improve accessibility. Shortcomings can be reported to email@example.com.
If you have a complaint concerning our compliance with accessibility requirements, you can notify the Agency for Digital Government, which supervises compliance with the Act on digital accessibility to public services. Please contact the Agency for Digital Government (DIGG).
CONTENT THAT IS NOT ACCESSIBLE
The contents described below are not completely accessible in one way or another.
Failure to comply with legal requirements
The appropriate language tag button for exhibition name etc is missing. Some of our exhibitions have titles in English and should, therefore, have an English language button on the Swedish pages. The option to choose the appropriate language for individual fields is currently missing and may cause problems for text-to-speech tools.
Using text-to-speech tools on the website
Alternative captions are missing for some images on the website.
Forms are not fully accessible
Forms lack clickable field labels separating input fields. Forms lack clear references in the case of error messages. The forms lack clear focus.
Video and audio
The requirements on accessible video and audio material apply to recordings published after 23 September 2020. Video and audio recordings on the website published before 23 September are not subject to these requirements. However, Moderna Museet strives to make this material accessible to the greatest possible extent and therefore notes the following:
Some videos do not have subtitles.
Visual interpretation for the visually impaired is not available for some videos.
There is no alternative representation (in the form of text) for podcasts.
Validation errors in the code
There are some validation errors in the code and errors in heading structure.
Moderna Museet uses an external service for table reservations in the restaurant. This service has some accessibility issues, particularly with regard to contrast and keyboard navigation.
Moderna Museet currently uses an external web service to manage advertising and job applications. This web service is not yet entirely accessible.
Moderna Museet uses an external video player. Information about the functionality of the video player is not satisfactory. The player is a third-party solution that is beyond our influence and we are unable to alter how it works. We are not currently planning to switch to another video player.
Moderna Museet’s audio guide is today an app that you download. It is not fully accessible. Work on a new audio guide is ongoing, but has been delayed.
UNREASONABLY BURDENSOME ADAPTATION
Moderna Museet claims exemption on grounds of unreasonably burdensome adaptation according to § 12 in the Act on accessibility of digital public services for the following contents:
A large part of the contents on modernamuseet.se is images of works of art. Writing good, descriptive alternative texts for all images would therefore involve a substantial amount of work, which the Museum would not be able to complete before 23 September 2020.
Video and audio
Due to their extensive text volume, we will not be subtitling podcasts or documentations of our events, including panel discussions, long artist talks, lectures and lecture performances.
HOW WE TESTED OUR WEBSITE
On our behalf, an external consultant has performed an independent inspection of the website. The latest assessment took place on 13 August 2020.
This review was updated on 3 November 2021. Read more about digital accessibility and what it entails at the Agency for Digital Government.
Published 4 September 2020 · Updated 3 November 2021