RESOURCE: Dyslexia Friendly Style Guide

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This guide from the British Dyslexia Association offers tips on how to create written materials that are easy to read and understand for everyone, including those with dyslexia. By following these principles, you’ll not only improve accessibility for dyslexic readers, but also make your writing more clear and engaging for a broader audience.

Think beyond dyslexia: Remember, clear communication benefits everyone. When implementing these changes, consider all your written communications, from emails and presentations to web pages and printed materials.

Combine these tips with other accessibility guidelines: Don’t forget to consider existing accessibility guidelines like the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) alongside these tips for a comprehensive approach.

Click here to access the Dyslexia Friendly Style Guide.

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