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Gunning Fog, Flesch Reading Ease, and Flesch-Kincaid are reading level algorithms that can be helpful in determining how readable your content is. Reading level algorithms only provide a rough guide, as they tend to reward short sentences made up of short words. Whilst they're rough guides, they can give a useful indication as to whether you've pitched your content at the right level for your intended audience.
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Everyone would agree that usability is an important aspect of Web design. Whether you’re working on a portfolio website, online store or Web app, making your pages easy and enjoyable for your visitors to use is key. Many studies have been done over the years on various aspects of Web and interface design, and the findings are valuable in helping us improve our work. Here are 10 useful usability findings and guidelines that may help you improve the user experience on your websites.
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Further, many technology vendors, including small open source organizations like Phase2, are continually sharpening their approaches on accessibility and government level compliance. Drupal now even allows for websites to be easily developed in accordance with section 508/WAI standards. Still, if you are a bit lost with all of this IT security mumbo-jumbo, it would likely behoove your firm to invest in at least a few hours of consultation.
The trade-offs of flexibility, security, information technology, the federal regulatory climate, and scalability will continue to develop as the technological landscape evolves. The challenge will be in streamlining a process for monitoring and managing these aspects simultaneously. For what it’s worth, IT security should be a continually evolving process, not a binder that sits on your office shelves. Your organization is only as safe as your most recent update to the plan.
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