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Reading Levels and Plain Language: Where Localization Begins
by Vijayalaxmi Hegde
June 07, 2011
June 07, 2011

 
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Summary
It’s good business practice to translate content into the languages of your primary web audience, mobile users, or consumers of offline information. But what about the difficulty level of your source and target content? With people of varying literacy and reading levels visiting your site or searching through your product help guide, are you shutting out some readers with language that’s too difficult to read? What can you do to make your content truly accessible to all? This brief explores how a little attention to reading levels and creating content in plain language puts the punch in your localization efforts.

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