With its consulting services Apfelschule has supported inclusion projects of a wide range of high-profile clients and consulted many digital media developers. On this page, you’ll find some examples of services rendered to our clients.

  • Technorama, Job Recruiting

    Logo: Technorama.

    The Swiss Science Center Technorama enables visitors to experience phenomena from nature and technology in a playful way. In order to ensure equal opportunities in job vacancies, Technorama has commissioned the Apfelschule to check the accessibility of the job search and the application process via its own website.

  • LiveAccess

    Logo: LiveAccess by Swiss TXT.

    LiveAccess is a streaming platform that focuses on inclusion and accessibility. For example, the 2023 session for the disabled and the federal e-accessibility symposium were streamed via LiveAccess.

    Apfelschule has conducted an audit and consultation to optimize and ensure the digital accessibility of the platform.

  • DeinAdieu

    Logo: Dein Adieu.

    The DeinAdieu online portal offers the opportunity to set up and manage wills, living wills and advance directives in a self-determined and legally certified manner. Accessibility and barrier-free access are decisive factors for these processes.

    Apfelschule has checked part of the website and documents for accessibility.

  • Zürcher Theaterspektakel

    Logo: Zürcher Theaterspektakel.

    As one of the most important European festivals for contemporary forms of performing arts, the Zürcher Theater Spektakel (ZTS) strives to enable accessibility and participation for all. To ensure this, ZTS asked Apfelschule to check the accessibility of the check-out process for online ticket sales.

  • ERZ, Entsorgung und Recycling Zürich

    Logo: Stadt Zürich (Entsorgung und Recycling).

    ERZ (Entsorgung + Recycling Zürich) is responsible for waste management in the city of Zurich and offers a wide range of services in this regard. This also includes providing digital services.

    On the occasion of the publication of the “Entsorgung + Recycling Zürich” a  pp, the Apfelschule tested it for accessibility.

  • Helmhaus

    Logo: Helmhaus.

    The Helmhaus shows contemporary art by artists who live in Switzerland. Special attention is given to the local Zurich art scene.

    The Helmhaus attaches great importance to inclusion, diversity and accessibility. Admission and guided tours are free of charge. For the launch of the new website, the Apfelschule reviewed it for the principles of digital accessibility.

  • Coop Supercard App

    Logo: Coop Supercard.

    The Coop Supercard app supports users in managing reward points and special offers. Other advantages include the option of cashless payment and digital archiving of receipts.Especially for people with disabilities, such functions can make it easier to participate in everyday life.

    In order to improve the accessibility of the Supercard app, Coop commissioned the Apfelschule to audit its accessibility.

  • Play Suisse

    Logo: Play Suisse.

    Play Suisse is a cross-platform streaming service operated by the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SRG SSR) and offered in all four national languages. Apfelschule supports Play Suisse in the implementation and continuous optimization of accessibility.

  • FOOBY-App

    Logo: Fooby, we love food.

    FOOBY is Coop’s culinary platform and offers users a wide range of help and inspiration on the subject of cooking. Low-barrier access can help many people with participation and self-determination. The Apfelschule has so far been able to test several versions of the FOOBY app for accessibility.

  • coop.ch

    Logo: Coop.

    For the launch of the new app and website coop.ch, Apfelschule has supported Coop regarding the accessibility of both platforms to meet the needs of people who are blind or visually impaired.

  • City of Zurich / Zurich Public Transport

    Logo: ZüriMobil.

    When Zurich Public Transport developed a new app to provide access to all means of transport such as train, tram, bus, car sharing, e-bike or e-scooters, Apfelschule has advised the City of Zurich on voice output and design decisions.

  • ViaOpta Sim from Novartis

    This app* from Novartis simulates various limitations of visual ability.

    During its development Apfelschule provided expertise regarding the handling of the application.

  • ViaOpta Daily from Novartis

    This app* from Novartis is designed to facilitate life for people who are blind or visually impaired by translating everyday visual information into voice output, for example the value of banknotes or the recognition of objects.

    During its development Apfelschule tested whether the app properly addresses the requirements of blind or visually impaired people.

  • ViaOpta Nav from Novartis

    Novartis has developed a navigation app* specifically for people who are blind or visually impaired.

    As part of the development process, Apfelschule tested the app at various stages and provided feedback on the needs of those affected.

* The apps provided by Novartis are not intended as a basis for independent diagnosis of diseases or for their treatment, and they are in no way a substitute for professional advice from a doctor or pharmacist. Always consult your trusted healthcare professional if you have any health complaints or questions.