I went and looked around and I found this question on UX Stackexchange but it does not truly answer my question.
What are some things to keep in mind when designing legal pages?
Specifically I am hoping to find insight on what others have done to make the experience better.
If the goal is to improve the end-user experience, then the key is that you improve the content more than anything. Ideally you’d:
- use plain language–not legalese
- reduce the amount of language
- offer a summary
- use good overall typography (an appropriate place to start: http://typographyforlawyers.com/ )
- make it possible to easily make an offline copy (make sure it prints well, offer a PDF download, etc)