Sandy Feldman beautiful, usable, accessible web sites

About me

Freelancer focused on web accessibility and design

standing at a podium

Sandy Feldman speaking to the Girl Geeks. Photo by Adam Chow.

I work with CNIB Frontier Accessibility, Inclusive Media & Design and Cantor Access Inc. to conduct web site usability and accessibility audits and train developers in web accessibility.

I work with Brandeis University Digital Accessibility Program on digital accessibility.

I design and develop responsive web sites and build custom WordPress themes.

An understanding of web accessibility, knowledge of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) informs each project.

Elizabeth O'Grady, one of the Toronto Webgrrls

Volunteer work

I work with Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online (SUCHO) backing up the websites of Ukrainian museums, libraries and archives to the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine.

I was the “back up speaker” at WordPress Accessibility Day, with a talk ready to go in case one of the speakers couldn't go on. I mentored at a mother-daughter hack day for Ladies Learning Code, illustrated the Toronto Webgrrls site, and helped organize Junior Webgrrls Day.

I created and maintain the web site for the Toronto Trailblazers. I put together sites for the Ice Owls, and Blind Sailing.

Since 2021 I've been volunteering at the Toronto Public Library with the Leading to Reading program.

From 2005 to 2019 I welcomed guests, brought in donations, and packed lunches for the First Interfaith Out of the Cold, a downtown Toronto homeless shelter.

I ran the Humewood Community School chess club from 2000 to 2004.