How to Write Helpful and Accessible UX Copy for Every Userby@margaritakhk
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How to Write Helpful and Accessible UX Copy for Every User

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The interface texts largely determine a user’s experience, so they should be clearly written and accessible to everyone. We mean two categories of users with disabilities: blind or visually impaired people and people with cognitive disorders. So, what can we do to make our message as more understandable and accessible as possible?**Place important text at the top of the page**Think and write from top to bottom and from left to right. Add the <dfn> tag to mark the complex terms, rel–for references, <dl>–for the lists of the definitions.

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