Plain Language Content


Plain Language Content

by Firecat
March 24, 2021


“Plain language” is how we describe content that readers care about and act on. Learn how to tell whether your content is written in plain language and how to fix it if it isn’t.

Recorded 4/2/2021. Thanks, Leslie – fantastic session.

About the Presenter

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Leslie O’Flahavan:

Leslie O’Flahavan is a plain language advocate, a writing teacher, and a customer service writing expert. Leslie leads E-WRITE, a writing training consultancy. She can teach the most stubborn, inexperienced, or word-phobic people to write content readers will care about. Oh, and she invented the “Bite, Snack, and Meal.”

About Firecat First Fridays

We host these free, monthly lunch-and-learn sessions to help our clients, our team, and our creative community to stay inspired and keep up with emerging techniques, tools, and tactics for User Experience design and marketing.

When we can, we meet in person and host the lunch. These days, we’re holding the sessions via webinar.

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