ease of comprehension because of style of writing. an objective estimate or prediction of reading comprehension of material, usually in terms of reading grade level, based on selected and quantified variables in text, especially some index of vocabulary difficulty and of sentence difficulty.
The speed at which continuous text can be read. Also Legibility.
The degree to which the information content represented by groups of alphanumeric characters--words, sentences, or continuous text--can be understood; depends on attributes such as the spacing of characters and the spacing between lines of characters. See Legibility.
This is the ease with which content can be read and understood. Readability is affected by the complexity and length of sentences, and the difficulty of the language that is used. The RNID website is written to Plain English Campaign guidelines and carries the Crystal Mark for Quality.
The ease with which a developer can read and understand the source code and technical documentation of a system, especially at the detailed source code statement level.
the quality of written language that makes it easy to read and understand
A measure of the ease with which a text can be read; usually expressed as a grade level.
The degree to which the copy is well-written as well as optimized for reading on the web. The readability of text is affected by many factors including, but not limited to: the color of the text in relation to the background color, the font, the spacing between words and between lines of text, the length of lines of text, how blocky and dense the paragraphs appear, text justification, the complexity of the grammar and the education level of your audience.
Describes how easy it is for users to read and understand the text on your website.
The quality of a sign's overall design that allows the viewer to correctly interpret the information presented on it, and the optimum time and distance in which this can be done. Letter size and style, color contrast between the letters and background, and a sign's layout all contribute to readability.
(Also conspicuity.) The quality that enables the observer to correctly perceive the message. In transportation engineering, this word is being replaced by conspicuity.
The quality of a nameplate, label, decal, or sign's overall design that allows the viewer to correctly interpret the information presented on it and the optimum time and distance in which this can be done. Letter size, style, and color contrast between the letters and the background contribute to readability. See Legibility.
A measure of the degree to which an interface can be easily and accurately read; an attribute of a usable system. The level of difficulty of vocabulary and the complexity of sentences in a written text usually ranked by the age or grade level required for a person to readily understand the text. People can more easily perceive a message correctly when the vocabulary and sentences are simple and clear. SEE LEARNABILITY AND USABILITY
Readability refers to how easy it is to read text within any design or artwork .
A characteristic of type that determines how easy and comfortable it is to read a text.