Sport may seem an unlikely place to find accessible information advice, but this week there was plenty, at EDFS’s Active Communications event. What are the implications for people with language disability, and how can we create accessible language for everyone?
Have you heard of Search Engine Optimisation? It helps ensure people can find your information online. But what’s the point of making your information easy to find, if it’s too difficult to understand? Sense Making Optimisation is a new concept in communication planning and practice, providing a strategic, holistic approach to create information that’s easier to […]
The Accessible Information Ladder is a free resource to help research, plan, create and test accessible information, and ensure none of your customers’ information accessibility needs are overlooked.
Does Easy Read work? A claim that Easy Read is effective is reviewed. New evidence suggests Easy Read can increase difficulty for people with language and learning disabilities, with a need to professionalise the provision of accessible information.
Bullet points in Plain English and Easy Read create long sentences with low coherence. The use of bullet points can make reading difficult for people with low literacy and communication and learning disability.