DocuBrain is committed to providing accessible products and solutions to our customers. This includes users working with assistive technology, such as speech recognition software and screen readers. To help meet our goal of universal design, DocuBrain follows the best practices in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level A and Level AA to the maximum extent reasonable possible.
Most DocuBrain desktop applications are written in Java. On Windows, Java provides accessibility support via the Java Accessibility Bridge (JAB). JAB support must be enabled on Windows and the assistive technology product must support JAB such as one of the following products: JAWS, NonVisual Desktop Access (NVDA), SuperNova, Window-Eyes, and ZoomText. On Windows, you can enable Java Access Bridge through the Control Panel:
- Go to Start > Control Panel > Ease of Access > Ease of Access Center. Alternatively, press Windows logo key+u to access the Ease of Access Center.
- Select Use the computer without a display.
- In the section Other programs installed, select the check box Enable Java Access Bridge (you may have to scroll down).
The Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is a standardized form developed in partnership by the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) and the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to document a product’s conformance with key regulations of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. The VPATs for DocuBrain's products are available in the list below.
Current DocuBrain Product VPATs
Older DocuBrain Product VPATs
Please feel free to contact us about your DocuBrain product accessibility questions for further assistance.