WEB ACCESSIBILITY CERTIFICATION

COMPANY NAME: Amramp
URL: https://www.amramp.com
DATE CERTIFIED: March 26, 2019 certified accessible seal with green tag

ABOUT THE CERTIFICATION


In order to recieve this Certified Accessible site seal, this company agreed to a comprehensive review of its website based on a representative sample of web pages. This review was conducted by programmers and accessibility analysts who are blind and visually impared,using JAWS, NVDA, Zoom Text and other accessibility software. A report was then created which flagged and documented any barriers to accessibility based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 AA (WCAG 2.0 AA) - a technical standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium to help make sites more accessible. Once these issues were remediated, the site was retested and deemed accessible in accordance with the WCAG 2.0 AA standard. Typically a site will undergo several iterations of remediation before coming into full compliance.

OUR PROCESS


discovery
  • Define project goals
  • Scope and outline critical workflows
automated testing
  • Utilize two different automated tools
  • Evaluate and compile results
screen magnifier testing
  • Site testing by an analyst who has low vision using screen magnification software
screen reader testing
  • Site testing by an analyst who is blind using screen reading accessibility software
source code evaluation
  • Manually consolidate findings
  • Evaluate source code based on published accessibility standards
reporting
  • Comprehensive report with high level summary and detailed results
  • Provide source code level remediation suggestions
a circle flow chart showing the steps of our process - 1. discovery, 2. automated testing, 3. screen magnifier testing, 4. screen reader testing, 5. source code evaluation, 6. reporting
1. Discovery
  • Define project goals
  • Scope and outline critical workflows
2. Automated Testing
  • Utilize two different automated tools
  • Evaluate and compile results
3. Screen Magnifier Testing
  • Site testing by an analyst who has low vision using screen magnification software
4. Screen Reader Testing
  • Site testing by an analyst who is blind using screen reading accessibility software
5. Source Code Evaluation
  • Manually consolidate findings
  • Evaluate source code based on published accessibility standards
6. Reporting
  • Comprehensive report with high level summary and detailed results
  • Provide source code level remediation suggestions

COLOR CODES


Green indicator example of accessible seal
Green: Indicates that the site is accessible and has been tested in the past year.
yellow indicator example of accessible seal, showing the site's accessible certification is expired and/or older than 1 year
Yellow: Indicates that the site was accessible at the time of testing but has not been tested in over a year. (This may indicate the changes have been made to the site that may not be accessible.)