It’s the start of a new decade. What resolutions can you make for your writing that will empower you to create quality content that performs for your brand?
This year has flown by and it's hard to believe it's nearly over. Laura sums up her first year at Readable and what we've been up to in 2019.
Plain English Campaign have partnered up with Confused.com for the Plain English Awards 2019. What was the best and worst of readability this year?
You might be surprised about how many everyday words and phrases come from Shakespeare. But what about the less common words?
We might think we know how to give thanks. But, in this festive season, it’s important to brush up on our skills to show appreciation for the people in our lives. Here are some musts in a thank-you letter.
You want to spread awareness about plain language and its clear benefits. How can you persuade your team that clarity is the way forward?
For this installment of our ‘subscriber focus’ series, we caught up with Andy Healey from Shopify about readability and UX. How does readability help build trust in UX content?
Many well-known grammar rules stem from outdated advice. What are some of these unreasonable guidelines and why are they no longer necessary?
This spooky season, we’re loving scary stories, but not scary copy. How can you check yours with Readable’s new ‘Reach’ feature to ensure your audience doesn’t close the door on you?
What does it mean for a sentence to be 'too wordy'? How can you edit sentences to decrease wordiness and improve readability?
See what the Readable team has been up to in June 2019.
How can you write a job description that stands out, grabs the reader's attention and attracts the right candidate?