Plain Language 2.0

Successfully implementing Plain Language goes beyond using shorter sentences and active voice. For many organizations, their information remains difficult to find, manage and use. Combining Plain Language with Information Mapping's structuring methodology provides an effective solution.

    Why Plain Language 2.0?

    The Plain Writing Act of 2010 encouraged organizations to present their information in Plain Language. But using Plain Language alone is not enough. Studies at Harvard and Columbia Universities have shown that presenting your information according to a standardized structure helps readers to better understand, find and use the information.

    How to go beyond Plain language?

    Units Of Information

    Help you to create standardized and reusable information modules that contain one clear purpose.

    Research-Based Principles

    Allow you to organize information effectively so that it is easy to access, understand and remember.

    Information Types

    Help you to analyze the subject matter and categorize it according to the purpose for the audience.

    Presentation Modes

    Allow you to format information so that it's easy to use.

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