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About the Website

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Accessibility

The Royal Institute of Art strives for the site to be easily navigated and accessible to as many people as possible, including those who have a functional variation or need technical assistance. Our goal is to follow the official guidelines for public sector websites as well as the international standard for accessibility, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 level AA.

Copyright

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Webmaster

Contact the webmaster for questions and comments about this website: kommunikation@kkh.se

Masthead

The site is created by a group consisting of: Sara Arrhenius, Vice-Chancellor; Erik Betshammar, Web developer; Joakim Carlson, Communicator; Fredrik Ehlin, Interim Vice-Chancellor; Mattias Givell, Project Manager; Rikard Heberling, Graphic Designer; Oliver Krug, Communications Manager; Johanna Lundeberg, Language Consultant; Jonas Williamsson, Graphic Designer. First release on August 24, 2020.