It is important to understand that Kaffeinated Kodemonkey cannot offer legal advice or offer legal counsel.
Why put your business at risk when you can have an Accessibility Partner in our corner.
Being ADA Compliant is the only defense against litigations. It’s important to have a trusted third-party certification that validates your efforts.
A website or app can fall out of compliance easily due to the product evolving through updates or additional content. These changes can cause your site to become vulnerable if you do not follow ADA requirements, leaving your business open to the judge's discretion if taken to court.
Getting certified isn’t just about displaying a badge on your website, it’s about the process of becoming compliant.
It’s important to have a combination of software automation to detect compliance issues deep within a website and skilled human auditors doing a manual review because not all compliance issues can be detected or resolved through software alone.
Our team has developed a digital certification process that verifies your website meets the WCAG and Section 508 requirements set forth by the W3C:
Once your product is fully compliant you’re ready to proudly display a badge showing your product is digitally accessible to all your visitors. And, best of all, you can sleep at night knowing you have us watching your back.
At Kaffeinated Kodemonkey it is our mission to develop and certify websites to be ADA Compliant.
Kaffeinated Kodemonkey uses the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) for our Accessibility Report to validate the accessibility of your website/application, software, or electronic document.
The VPAT is a self-disclosing document which details each aspect of the WCAG & Section 508 requirements and how the product supports each criteria. All sections of the VPAT must conform to these requirements for your website/application, software, or electronic be considered compliant.
VPAT's are complex, confusing, and time-consuming. Often time the person who receives a VPAT has difficulty understand and interpret the document and its requirements. This can be frustrating if you don't have an accessibility specialist on staff. Kaffeinated Kodemonkey has a team of experts to handle this for you.
Most businesses that require a VPAT are because they were asked to show proof of accessibility. They are either working with a government entity or submitting a Request for Proposal (RFP) and it requires a VPAT to be included. We also recommend that you obtain a VPAT for your product if it is being marketed to the Federal Government or the educational sector for they will require a VPAT to work with or use your product.
When a company attempts to complete the VPAT on their own they may not be completely honest and list all the issues even if they are minor because it can mean additional work for the team or maybe they do not fully understand how to resolve the issue. By hiring a third party you can rest assured that all issues will be notated accurately. Kaffeinated Kodemonkey's team will stand with you and help in the remediation process.
Let our team of accessibility experts complete the VPAT for you. We will analyze each page and test your site for hands-free access, vision impairedness, low-vision, color-blind, learning disabilities, deafness, low-hearing, and more through assistive technologies. Upon completion we will deliver a completed VPAT, indicating where your site passed and failed.
This is designed for websites that are static in nature. You are not updating or adding new features/content on a daily or weekly basis.
With the Proof-of-Compliance our team will evaluate your site/application, work with you to resolve any compliance issues, and in six (6) months re-evaluate your site/application to catch any new issues that may have result in a redesign, new content or requirement updates.
What is included:
This is designed for websites or applications that are large in size, have a number of content editors, or are updated frequently.
Examples are College websites that allow departments to edit their own content or applications where codes are being updated daily or weekly.
What is included:
Is your site ADA compliant? Do you need a VPAT completed?
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