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All 4 programmes have content that is short and simple to understand. Content on All 4 website and native iOS/Android apps have information that is broken up into smaller bitesize pieces to ensure that users can digest the information more easily. Wherever possible, content has been presented in a list format, rather than in overly long paragraphs of information; this style of presentation is often easier for users to absorb.
All4.com website has meaningful headings and subheadings that introduces content correctly, which minimises the likelihood of users becoming confused. To achieve this, the headings are relevant to the content they introduce, acronyms and abbreviations have been expanded in their first instance of use on a page, and spacing between paragraphs have been carefully considered in order to aid in readability of the page.
Channel 4 have created an simpler experience, designed to better enable users with Learning disabilities and other conditions such as dementia or short-term memory to more easily understand and navigate the content across All 4 devices.
To achieve this, Channel 4 have created links that are clear, ensuring they stand out and are easily interpreted. Text is larger than normal on headings, in order to provide an easier navigational experience. Additionally, iconography has been used to further aid easy recognition of certain key features. Imagery has also been provided in relation to programmes in order to enable users to more easily identify particular programmes and/or channels that they may view on a regular basis.
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