Michael mckernon and paula jacobs
Michael is an expert by experience in using easy read and photosymbols.
He helps to make sure people can understand our information.
For this blog Michael is sharing his four top tips for making research information accessible.
When making information sheets have a picture on the left-hand side.
Write the text on the right-hand side.
Keep sentences short.
Start each sentence on a new line.
Make sure the writing is big enough.
Explain words that are difficult to understand.
For example, consent can be a difficult word to understand.
In our project we told people that consent means that you agree to being part of the research project.
Michael McKernon, Paula Jacobs