How to Use Plain and Easy-to-Read Language for a Positive User Experience on Websites.

Beat Vollenwyder
Beat Vollenwyder
Andrea Schneider
Andrea Schneider
Eva Krueger
Eva Krueger

ICCHP, pp.514-522, (2018)

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Plain Language and Easy-to-Read Language are two approaches to reduce language complexity, which are also applied in the context of Web Accessibility. While Easy-to-Read Language was specifically designed to meet the needs of people with cognitive and learning disabilities, benefits for users with a variety of abilities have been reported...More

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