Rino Razzi skills on web accessiblity

Rino Razzi, President of Archimede Informatica, has been working on web accessibility since 2004, the year that the so called Stanca Law was introduced.

Using TYPO3 CMS, Razzi has developed several web sites that satisfy the law requirements and WCAG 2.0 standards.

Among all the project and activities, we can enlist:

In 2004 - develpoment of the Opera Primaziale web site (the entity that manages Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa). The web site has been developed in 5 languages, each of them both in a standard and accessible version. The Unione Italiana Ciechi (an Italian association made by and that take cares of blind and partially sighted people) participated in the project as a consultant and in order to test and validate the web site, allocating  blind and partially sighted internet users.

In 2012 - development of the Comune di Castagneto Carducci insitutional web site, compliant with Italian law requirements on web accessibility and recognized as one of the best in Italy with respect to law of obligations for public administrations with regard to publicity, transparency and dissemination of information.

In 2014 - development of the Comune di Bibbona institutional web site, compliant with Italian law requirements on web accessibility and realized with responsive technologies.

In 2015 - development of Cooperativa Arnera web site: responsive and compliant with latest version of Stanca Law technical requirements, updated in 2014.

In 2016 - development of D.R.E.A.M cooperative: responsive and compliant with latest version of Stanca Law technical requirements, updated in 2014.

Razzi was also invited to speak about web accessibility in a few conferences.

During T3CAmp Italia 2012, one of the main Italian events about TYPO3 CMS, Razzi intervened with a talk titled TYPO3 for public administrations. You can find the slides here. (only italian vesrion)

In 2014 during the Internet Festival, we have been involved in several initiatives and Razzi spoke about "The status of the Public Administrations web sites accessibility" .

 

 

 

 

 

The partnership with National Research Council

Starting 2014, Archimede Informatica ha been collaborating with the HIIS Laboratory  (The Human-Computer Interaction Group) based at the CNR in Pisa, experimenting and using web accessibility validation automatic systems during production, testing and maintenance of web sites