Monday, January 11, 2016

How would DC agencies score on a Plain Language scorecard?

Cynthia Baur writes in Good Content Needs Plain Language "plain language is also part of good user experience," extrapolated from Tyrus Manuel's assertion that "good content is essential to good user experience."

DC government no longer has a Plain Language requirement but that does not mean DC government agencies―or nonprofit organizations, for that matter―should not be making every effort to improve usability of the information on websites.   Baur provides two important links:

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