Kaffeinated Kodemonkey, a DHS Certified Trusted Tester
Conducted an A11y Audit & Evaluation on the RBWCD website for
ADA compliance is based on the WCAG/508 2.1 Level AA requirements.
Trusted Tester ID: #TT-2308-0475
Expiration: Sept 2024
Proof of Compliance (POC) Certificate
This website holds a POC Certificate from Kaffeinated Kodemonkey demonstrating compliance with WCAG 2.1, and Section 508 accessibility standards.
A POC Certificate is a valuable tool for assessing the accessibility of a product. It's worth noting that, even if a product meets all technical requirements, users with disabilities may still face challenges based on the nature or severity of their disability. Conversely, a product that doesn't fully conform to all technical requirements can still be highly accessible if it doesn't require specific accessibility features, such as large buttons or hearing aids for individuals with hearing disabilities.
While achieving absolute accessibility perfection may be challenging, many products can effectively serve most people with disabilities. The POC Certificate reflects our commitment to ADA compliance and conformity with WCAG/508 2.1 Level AA requirements.
At Kaffeinated Kodemonkey we help clients meet State and/or WCAG requirements with a team of DHS Certified Trusted Testers that collaborates closely to ensure the product is accessible to all audiences and adheres to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 and Section 508 requirements for Level AA standards.
The certification process consists of an A11y Audit and Manual Evaluation.
- A11y Audit & Evaluation: An Audit is conducted to set a baseline for the manual evaluation conducted by an A11y Developer
- Remediation: The A11y Developer will work with the client to remedy accessibility issues that arise from the evaluation
- Monitoring: The client has opted in for yearly A11y Monitoring this certification is valid through Sept 2024.
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Tips on Accessible Browsing this website
Skip to content
For those of you using a screen reader or navigating without a mouse, you have the option to skip straight to the content by clicking "Skip to main content".
All pages contain a link to the home page, sitemap, and search box. The primary navigation has been built in a consistent fashion to provide clear navigation throughout the site. Secondary navigation is provided for way-finding through individual sections of the site. Text Contrast
All text on this site has been created to have a contrast ratio over its background of over 4.5:1. This adheres to W3C Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 level AA.
All content images on this site are provided with descriptive ALT attributes. Graphics that are purely decorative in function have empty ALT attributes, to prevent them from displaying on screen readers.
Links have been written to make sense out of context, and title tags or spans of text only visible to screen readers have been used to expand on the meaning of short links.
All tables are designed to flow left to right, top to bottom. Using HTML markup properly to communicate relationships between column and row headers and the data cells within their scope, allowing assistive technology to interact with them correctly.
All audio/videos are designed to not auto-play. We employ media players that include accessibility allowing the user to start, stop, pause, etc...This site includes either the use of a caption or transcript.
All PDFs are saved accordingly to allow screen readers to read them in the correct fashion pet the set language.
This website is designed to respond to the size of your screen. Resize your browser to the size that best suits your needs.
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Many web browsers allow you to zoom in on web pages using simple keyboard controls. The magnifier allows you to focus on specific parts of the screen, enlarging the text and other page elements.
- For Windows operating systems, press Ctrl and + to zoom in on a web page (Ctrl and ‚Äì to zoom out)
- For Mac operating systems, press Cmd and + to zoom in on a Web page (Cmd and ‚Äì to zoom out)
Customize the mouse pointer
You can customize a computer mouse pointer in several ways. For example, you can slow down the speed of the mouse pointer for easier handling. You can also change its appearance so that it contrasts more with the screen content.
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