Updated: Oct 11, 2019
Writing good #instructions can be the difference between a #task being carried out successfully or a complete disaster. Instructions must be written in a #language that everyone can understand (no #jargon), be non-ambiguous, #logical in their order and ideally #tested. Where appropriate they should also be supported by #graphics, especially where reading is inefficient and language barriers could exist (think aviation evacuation cards). In this article Richard Nordquist explores further.