This page is about the accessibility of The Law Office of Lainey Feingold’s website. If you are looking for information about Structured Negotiation web accessibility settlements, visit the Settlements page. If you are looking for legal updates about digital accessibility, visit the Legal Updates page.
This site is designed to be accessible to and usable by people with and without disabilities. Please contact us if you encounter an accessibility or usability issue on this site.
With one exception, all pages on this site have been designed and generated to conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, Level AAA. These guidelines are issued by the Web Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium. The one exception is that not all pages meet WCAG Success Criteria 3.1.5 (a AAA Reading Level requirement). As often as possible, each page or post includes a Simplified Summary Simplified as an alternative to the Reading Level Requirement.
This website was launched in March, 2016. Prior to launch it was tested by a cross section of blind and visually impaired users. It was built in WordPress using one of the “WordPress accessibility ready themes” known as Toivo.
Thank you WordPress community for caring about accessibility and offering website templates that produce content that works for everyone. Finding a developer / designer who understands usability and accessibility is critical to the end result. Signing a contract for a new or upgraded website? Be sure it includes accessibility and usability testing by disabled users. Thank you to Natalie MacLees of Purple Pen Productions for building this site.
An earlier version of this website was included in the official report that was part of the implementation of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 in 2008.
This web site provides links to sites created and maintained by other people and organizations. The Law Office of Lainey Feingold cannot assure that these other sites meet applicable accessibility standards.
Every organization should have an Accessibility Information Page. More and more of them do.
- Read the post on this website about Accessibility Information Pages. It includes links to more than twenty-five Accessibility Pages of organizations across the United States and beyond with a commitment to digital inclusion.
Want to learn more about digital accessibility? Here are some good places to start
- The Web Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium
- Introduction to Web Accessibility, on the website of WebAIM
- A Web for Everyone: Designing Accessible User Experiences, by Sarah Horton and Whitney Quesenbery