Why Plain Language 2.0?
Simple, well-constructed sentences and plain words make it much easier for your reader to understand your content.
But if plain sentences are cemented in walls of words, readers will be discouraged to go through your document as well. Ultimately they will only grudgingly delve into the dense text if they must.
Organizing your content in a clear, logical and reader-focused way must therefore be an integral part of plain writing.
What you will learn
Plain Language 2.0 takes your user-focused writing to the next level by pairing the Information Mapping Methodology with Plain Language concepts. You will learn skills to analyze, organize and present content before writing, ensuring your entire documents are well structured and simplified.
Analyze and identify your
Organize and sequence your information using the Information Mapping Principles:
Present your information in a plain way by
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