Introduction to ReaderCentric Writing

ReaderCentric Design is a New Response to User-Centric Design

August 19, 2016

Fundamental to ReaderCentric Design is the certanty that content on the Internet is made up of genres demanding a variety of different writing styles.

These writing styles include user-centric (the style most prescribed by usability gurus), persuasion-centric (typically long enough to convince the reader to do something, buy something, or think something new), and quality-centric (long but it engages readers and keeps them engaged), instruction-centric (long and educational) .

One of the important problems with the genres on the Internet is they can be sliced and diced until they are hardly recognizable, but being able to work with them demands we know what they are.

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