Accessibility statement, E-lomake
Accessibility means that websites and mobile applications and their content are such that anyone could use them and understand what is being said.
This accessibility report was created on Nov 2nd, 2020. Software accessibility has been self-assessed by software provider Eduix with the WAVE tool and the NVDA screen reader.
Status of accessibility
E-lomake fulfills critical accessbility requirements. Any probelms that were found will be fixed as soon as possible.
When uploading a file on fails, the notification about it appears at the top of the page, which means that users won't always notice it. The notification can't be removed by clicking on its close button.
When a user is trying to save a parallel form in English and has not filled in all the required fields, the notification about missing answers doesn't appear.
1.1.1 NON-TEXT CONTENT
When uploading an image, the user cannot determine its alt text. The screen reader doesn't find fields' help text or the contents of pop-up notifications, and it skips the clarification fields of radio buttons.
1.3.1 INFO AND RELATIONSHIPS
The header element of the text field table is empty.
1.4.3 CONTRAST (MINIMUM)
Some elements have a weak contrast with their background.
All elements can't be reached with a keyboard. If the user makes mistakes while filling out a form, the warning icons can't be reached with a Tab key, which means that the user can't see the icons' hover text.
2.4.1 BYPASS BLOCKS
The column header field of the text field table has an accesskey attribute, which might conflict with keyboard shortcuts that users have set up.
2.4.6 HEADINGS AND LABELS
The headers of some fields and the fields themselves (i.e. fieldsets) do not have a legend. This affects several field types and the "Proceed" section.
3.1.1 LANGUAGE OF PAGE
The lang attribute of an English parallel form is "fi."
If uploading an attachment fails, the notification is in Finnish on an English form, and so is the alt text of the notification's close icon. If saving is in progress, the notification is only in Finnish.
Did you notice an accessibility deficiency in our digital service? Tell us about it and we will do our best to rectify it.
By email email@example.com
If you notice accessibility issues on the website, first leave your feedback with us, the administrators of the website. It may take up to 14 days to receive an answer from us. Should you not be satisfied with the answer or you do not receive an answer from us within two weeks, you may file a complaint with the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland. The agency website has detailed instructions (in Finnish and Swedish only) on how to file a complaint and how the issue will be handled.
Contact information of the supervisory authority
Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland
Accessibility supervision unit
phone 0295 016 000 (switchboard)