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ADA Compliance

ADA Compliance


Why Accessibility is important

There are at least three reasons that might motivate a company to create accessible web content:

  • To improve the lives of people with disabilities (human-centered motivations)
  • To capitalize on a wider audience or consumer base (marketing or economic-centered motivations)
  • To avoid lawsuits and/or bad press (public relations and punishment-centered motivations)

Accessibility driven websites accomplish all these goals when people are at the center of the process.

The Kodemonkey team use the POUR principles set forth by the WCAG:

  • Perceivable - Information and user interface components must be presentable to users in ways they can perceive. This means that users must be able to perceive the information being presented (it can't be invisible to all of their senses)
  • Operable - User interface components and navigation must be operable. This means that users must be able to operate the interface (the interface cannot require interaction that a user cannot perform)
  • Understandable - Information and the operation of user interface must be understandable. This means that users must be able to understand the information as well as the operation of the user interface (the content or operation cannot be beyond their understanding)
  • Robust - Content must be robust enough that it can be interpreted reliably by a wide variety of user agents, including assistive technologies. This means that users must be able to access the content as technologies advance (as technologies and user agents evolve, the content should remain accessible)

What is WCAG?

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in cooperation with individuals and organizations around the world, to provide a single shared standard for web content accessibility that meets the needs of individuals, organizations, and governments internationally.

The WCAG documents explain how to make web content more accessible to people with disabilities. Web "content" generally refers to the information no a web page or web application, including:

  • Natural information such as text, images, and sounds
  • Code or markup that defines the structure, presentation, etc.

The WCAG is becoming a globally recognized voluntary consensus standard for web content. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) follows these guidelines for their VPAT documents.


What is Section 508?

Is your business a federal agency, or do you receive funding/assistance from the federal government?
Then you are required to abide by section Section 508 requirements.

In 1998, Congress amended the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requiring Federal agencies to make electronic documents accessible to people with disabilities. Section 508 applies to all Federal agencies when it pertains to electronic and information technology. Government agencies must give disabled employees and members of the public access to the same or comparable information as they do others.

The U.S. Access Board is responsible for developing accessibility standards that govern Federal procurement practices. January 2017, they issued a final rule that updated accessibility requirements for section 508 and refreshed guidelines to Section 255.

The refresh reorganized Section 508 Standards and Section 255 Guidelines in response to market trends and innovations in technology. The refresh also harmonized these requirements with other guidelines and standards both in the U.S. and abroad, including standards issued by the European Commission, and W3C guidelines know as WCAG.

Cost: $499


Get an Accessibility Audit

A website is as good as the content it displays however, if a user can not access your content then you have lost a business opportunity.

Don't lose a customer because they can not access your site due to a disability. There is a $996, combined annule dispoable, income amoung people that are disabled. This includes those with a temperary disability as well as thoes that are perminently disabled.

Let Kaffeinated Kodemonkey help you captuer and retain uses that could otherwise go to your completion by runing a site audit and iditifiing any ADA Compliance issue and how to fix them.

How does this work?

You will be assigned an Accessibility specialist that will help throuth this process:

  • They will scan and review your site for compliance issues
  • Submit a report outlining the results and what needs to be fixed
  • available via email for any assitance ass your team resolves the issues

We offer remediation if you would like your spicalist to resolve the issues for your.

We also provice a Certification & Monitoring for business that want to take things a step futher.


Contact Us Today

Is your site ADA compliant? Do you need a VPAT completed?

Talk to an Accessibility Specialist TODAY.

Book Free Consultation!

Accessibility Toolbar

Toolbar Cost: $180 per year


Instantly Provide a More Accessible Experience to Your Visitors

Add front-end accessibility options to your website in just seconds with the Accessibility Toolbar and immediately provide WCAG compliant features for those with disabilities.

The Accessibility Toolbar installs with just one script and makes it super simple for front-end users to make adjustments to your website.

  • Change the font
  • Enlarge text size
  • Find the best color contrast
Accessibility Toolbar

The toolbar also enables users who are hard of sight to use text-to-speech and accessible focus indicators to more easily navigate your site.

User’s preferred accessibility options are saved in their browser so their preferences are automatically loaded when they return to your site or navigate to any other site using our Accessibility Toolbar.


Contact Us Today

Is your site ADA compliant? Do you need a VPAT completed?

Talk to an Accessibility Specialist TODAY.

Book Free Consultation!

WordPress Plugin

Cost: $297 per year


Make your WordPress Site Digitally Accessible

Scan And Update Your Entire WordPress Website For Digital Accessibility Compliance In Just Minutes!

Digital accessibility isn’t new, however public awareness is just now coming into the mainstream with federal lawsuits swiftly on the rise.

The international standards in digital accessibility for business websites are set by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) and is known as WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines). The U.S. government sets its own requirements for digital accessibility with what’s known as Section 508. Section 508 is the standard for government agencies, non-profits, and federal contractors.

If you’re a business owner, know that most web design/development agencies are also just learning about these standards and how to meet them. Kaffeinated Kodemonkey is backed by a team of experts to help you through this.


Step 1

Scan for Accessibility Issues

Don’t settle for a solution that does not check your entire site. Our ADA Plugin scans everything on your site – that means all media files, posts, pages, and objects.

Step 2

Examine Your Detailed Reports

Get detailed reports that show you the exact elements in violation and the exact regulations to meet. These reports are designed to be used by any developer regardless of prior accessibility experience.

Step 3

Set Recurring Scans

After updating your site under the guidance of your reports, set up a recurring scan. This ensures that your site stays compliant as new content is added.


Contact Us Today

Is your site ADA compliant? Do you need a VPAT completed?

Talk to an Accessibility Specialist TODAY.

Book Free Consultation!

ADA Remidation

Cost: Request Quote


Got ADA Issues?

Kaffeinated Kodemonkey Accessibility Specialist can help you resolve accessibility issues on your website.

We will run a site audit if you have not had one done recently to identify accessibility issues on your website or application.

Once completed our specialist will contact you with the results and discuss the remediation process.


Contact Us Today

Is your site ADA compliant? Do you need a VPAT completed?

Talk to an Accessibility Specialist TODAY.

Book Free Consultation!

Certification & Monitoring

Cost: Request Quote


Let's Talk Litigations

It is important to understand that Kaffeinated Kodemonkey can not offer legal advice and advises you to seek legal counsel.

Becoming ADA Compliant is the only defense from litigation and it’s important to have a trusted third-party certification that can validate your compliance.

A website or app can fall out of compliance easily due to the nature of the product evolving through updates or additional content, and structure/code updates causing you to become vulnerable to lawsuits. Thus your certification will be stamped with the date of last confirmed compliance and we strongly recommend our compliance management to help you stay compliant as your product evolves.

With our ongoing compliance management service, you get monthly reports and manual human audits including re-certification every 6 months.

Become Digital Accessibility

Getting certified isn’t just about displaying a badge on your website, it’s about the process of getting it compliant.

Most websites and apps have millions of lines of code. 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.

Once your product is fully compliant you’re ready to proudly display a badge showing visitors your product is digitally accessible to those with disabilities as well as those without.


WCAG & Section 508
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