wiminno, along with its well trained staff, created advanced software compatible with PDF format – easily comprehensible for screen readers and complies with the stringent requirements of the Barrier-free Information Technology Regulation (BITV 2.0).
Accessibility flyer for the federal program "Better Opportunities for Parents – families receiving early education" (Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth - BMFSFJ)
Accessibility publication for the childcare workers of the federal program "Early Education - equal opportunities" (Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth - BMFSFJ)
Plain language enables people with cognition disabilities to understand the meaning of texts. Our editors are trained in the preparation of texts in PL. To guarantee high quality, wiminno collaborates with members of the German Netzwerk Leichte Sprache.
Better Opportunities for Parents II (Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth - BMFSFJ)
Early Opportunities (Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth - BMFSFJ)
Protection of Minors (Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth - BMFSFJ)
UVB (Accident Insurance for Bund und Bahn - UVB)
Sign language videos
Videos with sign language allow deaf people to understand the content of a website more thoroughly, as very often the syntax of written German is only partially understood.
The production process is carried out according to the European norm institute DIN EN 15038 for the quality assurance of translation services.
Sign language (DGS) is the representation of film content exclusively carried out by deaf native speakers ("native Signers"). The native Signers are state checked and fully qualified Sign language interpreters. Therefor wiminno collaborates with the German Gebärdenwerk.