Using plain language is essential for content accessibility

It’s easy for readers to get lost in the sheer volume of complex content when information is always available. Using “plain language” can help.

Scrabble letters spelling out “Choose Your Words”
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Authors note: Because of Medium’s refusal to address its accessibility issues for both authors and readers, I’ve moved my…

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Sheri Byrne-Haber, CPACC

Sheri Byrne-Haber, CPACC

LinkedIn Top Voice for Social Impact 2022. UX Collective Author of the Year 2020. Disability Inclusion SME. Sr Staff Accessibility Architect @ VMware.