A substantial part of the W3C Hungarian Office’s work is made up by analysing, testing and certifying websites and devices, and by education / training activities. A brief listing of significant projects, one from each field, is given as follows:

We have completed an accessibility testing together with an ergonomic and functional analysis on the public interface of magyarorszá (Hungarian Government Portal), on the request by an independent company. This work resulted in a more than three-hundred-page analysis, of which many suggestions have been considered when launching the new system in 2010.

We have carried out an ergonomic and functional analysis, and a usability testing for the OTKA office (Hungarian Scientific Research Fund), to improve their inner proposal evalutation system.

We have performed an accessibility testing and issued a WCAG AAA Accessibility Certificate to Budapest 22nd District Social Services.

We have carried out an international usability testing for a big mobile phone manufacturer. Our analysis focused on mistakes related to localization and on general ergonomic and usability failures of the Hungarian user interface of a to-be-launched smartphone.

Colleagues of the Office have been teaching how to create standardized and accessible websites in many institutes for years. We have delivered lectures, lecture-series in the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), the Corvinus University of Budapest, the University of Debrecen and in several conferences and workshops. We participated in developing a two-times 30-lesson curriculum on the request from the Equal Opportunities of Persons with Disabilities Non-profit Ltd (FSZK), which aimed especially at IT experts, and which can be adopted in higher (college and university) and in adult education as well.