In this section we explain how to use the website and adjust it to your particular preferences.
You can personally choose how you want the contents to be presented on our website. You do so by adjusting the settings in your web browser. This way, you can save the settings you need and use them on all websites that work as they're supposed to.
In your web browser, you can for example:
- enlarge the text
- change the line lengths
- adapt colours and contrasts
- replace fonts
On our website, you can use shortcuts to go to a certain page. We've implemented these shortcuts:
S - Skip navigation or jump directly to the text content
1 - First page
2 - News archives
3 - Site map
4 - Search function
0 – Using the website (accessibility information)
Landmarks and regions
To make it easier to navigate our website with a screen reader, we use the regions page header, page footer, main contents and navigation.
- Page header: In the page header, you find our logotype, the main menu links, the search button and a possibility to drop-down a large menu
- Navigation: In the navigation region, there are menu links that lead to other parts of the website. The navigation areas are also in the page header and the content on many pages.
- Main content: Each page's main content with headings, text, images and films are in the main content region.
- Page footer: The page footer contains our contact information and links to our social media and important pages on the website.
Read PDF files
To read PDF files, you must have a program called Adobe Reader. It's free and you can download it from Adobe's website.
Download Adobe Reader
Help us improve
At Vinnova, we always want to discover new ways of doing things. We regularly carry out user tests and listen to our users' needs. But sometimes, we miss things. If you have a suggestion about anything we can do better, we'd like to hear from you.