This is the alpha of the readability guidelines.

It's a 12-week project that will end on October 10th, 2018 with a Meetup in London.

We are here to explore:

  • if an open community of content people want to contribute to a single style guide
  • if we'd like to rely on evidence for the style guide elements - and if yes, what evidence would be most useful
  • if a wiki model is sustainable

plus anything else along the way :)

More details can be found at: https://contentdesign.london/blog/usability/readability-guidelines

Its creator is Sarah Richards from Content Design London. Any comments or queries outside of this wiki, please get in touch on twitter @escmum.

This is a totally open project. As long as all participation is respectful and comments are given in the spirit of positive open learning - please dive in!

Active Pages

Until 7pm on 14th August, we will look at:

Then we will move on to the other pages:

Until 7pm on 7th August, we looked at:

But you are welcome to dive in to, or create, any pages whenever you like!

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License