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Why Accessibilitiy Matters

There are at least three main kinds of reasons that might motivate people to create accessible web content:

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

Accessible web sites will accomplish all of these goals. No matter which motivation works, one principle will always hold true: web accessibility is most easily achieved when people are at the center of the process. That is why Kaffeinated Kodemonkey strives to use the POUR pricipals 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)

Even those who are simply trying to avoid lawsuits will sooner or later realize that the needs of the target audience—people with disabilities—must be carefully considered and addressed.

Accessibility Evaluation and Certification

Our expert has been through the WebAIM course and understands the requirments for ADA compliance and how it pertains to website design. We issue WCAG Certifications based on the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template - VPAT document along with an Accessibility Statement for you to validate that your site or application is in conformance with WCAG, Section 508, and/or EU standerds.

We strive for a Level AA Compliance. Get your Accessibility Evaluation today and start monitoring your accessibility.

Accessible Monitoring

Accessibility Monitoring

* $1750/$250 mo

  • WCAG Certification
  • Accessible Reports
  • Resolusion Support Team
  • Track progress over time
  • Access to manage pages
  • Unlimited Sites & Scanning

Requires 1 year contract

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WCAG Evaluation & Certification

WCAG Certification

* $1999 one-time

  • Evaluation Audit
  • VPAT Document
  • Certification Badge
  • How-To-Fix Document
  • Accessibility Statement
  • Certification Valid for 1 year

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Accessible Evaluation


* $999 one-time

  • Evaluation Audit
  • VPAT Document




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* Pricing vary based on the size of the site.

VPAT Document Done right.

Don't waste your time trying to understand how to fill out a VPAT document. We have a web accessibility expert that can do this for you.

Our expert has been filling out VPAT's for all industries and understands the difference between the four (4) types of documents and what the requirements are.

Each VPAT comes with a full site evaluation and can be part of a WCAG Certification or completed on its own. Our expert will help determine the correct VPAT for your needs.

  • WCAG 508 Certificaton
  • WCAG EU Certificaton
  • WCAG Certificaton
  • Full WCAG Certificaton
  • Get your WCAG Certification Today!

    VPAT Documentation

    Section 508 & WCAG Critera Explained

    "Every website and online-document is required to be accessible", there is no internet police monitoring every site for compliance and issuing tickets however, there are pending mitigations.

    Congress realized the internet needed to be accessible to everyone with disabilities. With the help of the W3C, the WCAG was created as the instructions for compliance. Lawyers will use these instructions against you so why not follow them now.

    Understanding &Section 508 WCAG Critera

    Understading WCAG & Section 508

    Accessibility Monitoring
    Stay in the know

    Don't Stop at an Evaluation or Certification, monitor your site and stay on top of compliance issue with a monthly Compliance Report.

    We know that websites grow and the code is ever changing, therefore, we strongly advised you sign up for monthly monitoring to keep you alerted of any issues that may arise as you fix bugs and grow your site.

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    VPAT Monitoring

    What are the Benefits?
    See for yourself.

    Web Accessibility is a great place to start to improve your marketing and SEO strategies. Globally people with disabilities have a $9 Billion dollar disposable income. Why would you not take part in this?

    With accessibility design, you will build a site that is responsive by nature and has a substantial user interface.

    • Increase traffic to your site
    • Have a site that is user-friendly
    • Make it easy for Search Engine index your site
    • Keep visitors on your site longer & lower your bounce rate
    • Stand out from your competition

    Bottom line is if you are doing Web Accessible for marketing or for Section 508 requirements you need to stay on top of it. We help you do that with VPAT Evaluations, Certifications, and Monitoring.

    Get your WCAG Certification Today!

    Why Accessibility is important