A recent study has found formal government writing improves engagement. We look at what this means for Plain Language.
U.S. National Proofreading Day is celebrated annually on March 8th. This day is dedicated to promoting and encouraging error-free writing.
The publishing industry has been working to increase diversity and representation which has led to a growing need for sensitivity readers. Sensitivity readers have been in the headlines recently because of the recent editing decisions by Puffin on Roald Dahl.
Readable can help you to change your content structure to improve readability. We also follow developments in readable design. This study caught our eye.
Whether it’s in the public or the private sector, readability has the power to create change. That’s why we were excited to hear that New Zealand passed its own plain language bill.
The readability of health information is important, especially during a pandemic. Find out why Pfizer has decided to use plain language materials.
Basic English was a concept created in 1930. It promised to make the English language more accessible. We’ll cover Basic English, who created it and what it promised.
We’ve looked at the most common words our users sought synonyms for over a three-month period. Here are the top words and more readable alternatives.
Certain moments in history have been greatly impactful on readability standards. In the U.S., Obama passing the Plain Writing Act was a significant landmark in the history of clarity campaigning.
Readable content helps you make an impact, build trust and reach a wider audience. Find out why readability should be a central part of your business.
Distance learning has become essential, changing the way we learn. FInd out how it has impacted the demand for readability and accessibility.
Readability makes customers trust financial brands. Trust is the second most important purchase factor. How can banks meet this demand for clarity?