Practices that can improve content:
- Minimize the use of italics and all caps for improved readability.
- Specify the meaning of acronyms and abbreviations on first use.
- Avoid jargon and idiomatic expressions, which can make writing less clear.
- Avoid uncommon word construction that screen readers will have difficulty interpreting. Ironically, screen readers can’t read the common shorthand for accessibility (“A11y” would read as “a + 1 + 1 + y”).
- Use descriptive and meaningful page titles, headings, and bulleted lists to assist visitors with scanning text.