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Kate Garklavs: 18F Issues Style Guide for Content Creators

GSAThe General Services Administration‘s 18F organizaton has released a handbook to help content creators produce written work.

Kate Garklavs, innovation specialist at 18F, wrote in a blog article published Monday that the content guide takes its pattern from the style guide of the gov.uk service.

The handbook contains various sections and links to other style guides that helped to inform the 18F content guide, according to Garklavs.

“Though some people might prefer to read the guide from start to finish, we encourage users to skip around a bit, finding topics of immediate interest and continuing to browse from there,” she said.

GSA sought to comply with the Plain Writing Act of 2010 requirements in the production of the guide.

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