Posts Tagged: Readability

Tips and Tools for Improving Proposal Readability

Graphics focus boxes, paragraph order, structure, text layout, and flawless spelling and grammar are all the necessary attributes of a great proposal. After spending years in proposal management, however, I have noticed that one important attribute, readability, is often overlooked. Since editors frequently refrain from making in-depth content edits, it is the technical writers’ task… Read more »

Accessibility Hack #3: Testing Colours to Enhance Readability

This is a crosspost of http://dotgov.com According to the University of Washington’s Department of Ophthalmology, 2.8 million Americans have colour blindness, which can express itself in many variations and degrees of severity. Colour perception problems are important considerations when developing web sites to ensure that all users have access to the content and the functionality… Read more »