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Accessibility Guidelines for Print Materials

We know that reading and spelling are major hurdles for dyslexics. Also, the page layout also plays a huge role in helping dyslexics understand text. With a few simple guidelines, everyone can help the 20% of the population with dyslexia read better.

  1. Use plain language

  2. Use headings

  3. Avoid passive voice

  4. Keep text in short, concise sections

  5. Stay away from complex words

  6. Use visuals to break up the text

  7. Use Easy to Read fonts such as Arial

  8. Use left alignment

  9. Use black ink on white paper

  10. No bold or underlining

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