If a user of a UC Berkeley website finds that it is inaccessible (either because the website appears to be not usable and/or not in conformity with WCAG 2.0AA), the first step is for the user to report the problem to the website's functional owner, describing in detail the problem encountered. The functional owner is advised to contact the Web Accessibility team for expertise and assistance. The Web Accessibility team does not work directly with the web user.
When consulted by a functional owner (who is responding to an individual report that a website is not accessible), the Web Accessibility team will provide the functional owner a written description of identified steps that need to be taken to address the accessibility issues reported by the web user. In turn, the functional owner will inform the user of the anticipated date by which the Web Accessibility team recommendations will be implemented.
After the functional owner indicates to the web user that all Web Accessibility team recommended steps have been taken, if the individual still finds the website unusable/inaccessible, then the individual may file a complaint with Disability Compliance by emailing email@example.com or calling (510) 643-8996.
Upon being notified by Disability Compliance that a web accessibility complaint has been filed, the functional owner will provide Disability Compliance with a copy of the Web Accessibility team recommendations and steps taken by the functional owner to implement those recommendations.
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