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How You Might Be Excluding Up to Half Your Users

A surprising number of people are low-literacy. What that means and how you can design for it.

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It’s very important to consider your content from your user’s perspective. Is it written so that your target audience will understand and relate to it?
— Kristina Halvorson




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