11-3.3 Testing

  1. Inspect the product or evaluate the supplier's VPAT or similar statement that describes whether the product in question's documentation includes a description of the product's built–in accessibility features.
  2. Review the description of the product's built–in accessibility features and test those features using the documentation and the functional performance criteria found in section 4-2.1 to ensure that the documentation can be accessed by people with limited vision, hearing, speech, or mobility.
  3. If an exception was taken for a product whose documentation does not provide built–in accessibility features or a description of those accessibility features, define and clearly communicate the appropriate alternate formats or access methods that will be used to provide equivalent access to people with disabilities who can not readily use the product documentation.