Last time, we looked at two tools that are handy for those writing for mobile: the WCAG 2.0 and reading comprehension scores. We saw how and why they’re useful to mobile writers. In this post, we’ll look more closely at the issues you’re likely to face as you strive to make your content more comprehensible to mobile users with the help of these scores.
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Georgina has more than fifteen years' experience writing and editing for web, print and voice. With a background in marketing and a passion for words, the time Georgina spent with companies like Sausage Software and sitepoint.com cemented her lasting interest in the media, persuasion, and communications culture.
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