This is an article about Lainey Feingold’s website. The site has been updated. Lainey is very grateful to web developer Natalie MacLees who made the changes
and designed the updated site. Natalie’s company is called Digita11y. One change is that summaries of each article, like this one, are at the top of the
page. Another change is there is no more copyright symbol. Instead the site uses Creative Commons. This makes it easier for people to share what they find
on the site. The new site also has a picture of dolphins on every page. Lainey thinks lawyers and advocates don’t need to be sharks. The dolphin is a symbol
of cooperation and relationship.
I’d like to raise a glass upon the new redesign of @LFLegal’s website by @nataliemac of @hiredigitally.
Lainey’s website has been, ever since I encountered it more than a few years ago, an absolute joy to browse and use.
And it just keeps getting better and better.
It’s also a joy to link to in other contexts, (Episode 19 of the Making Better podcast, for example), because I know for a fact that if podcast listeners click the link to Lainey’s site in that episode they will find everything they could possibly want to know about either Lainey Feingold or structured negotiation.
The ease of finding things became important when I was editing the intro text for the Making Better episode because I found myself in the position of having to edit text for length while also not leaving out important stuff.
Looking forward to the reign of our dolphin overlords,
A very happy user