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Old windows, new windows
Effective writing skills culminate in a readable text which conveys information efficiently and confidently. Sentences should contain comparable subjects and information, with different subjects and information moved to a new sentence or paragraph. Sentences should also be balanced with redundant words and phrases removed.
The below text is a real-world example: it may be verbose, it may be disorganised, or it may be confusing, but, if we care about our reader, spending time refining our writing improves their experience. Readability; making our writing reader-centric.
The presentation illustrates the multiple processes involved in refining the text.
The method is the Textsmith’s, reflecting one possibility to enhance readability and comprehension.