Terms of Service: The Length of Common Digital Contracts #infographic

Terms of Service: The Length of Common Digital Contracts #infographic

Ios and internet providers are awash around the world requesting potential customers to agree to a service agreement. Most people click the 'accept' button and move on, realizing that reading the service agreements will put them to sleep and postpone their favorite web fix.

Inspired by the project titled I Agree by designer Dima Yarovinsky, today's post visualizes the duration of service agreements by counting the terms and measuring how long it will take users to read each.

Long sentences filled with complex terms will drag basic phrases out and prevent comprehension. Flesch wanted to measure the variability in reading comprehension — and he developed a formula to determine readability and forever scorn lawyers by studying different types of writings.

Higher scores in the Flesch Reading-Ease test suggest content that is more easily readable. Lower numbers mark passages, which are harder to read. The Flesch Reading-Ease Score (FRES) formula for test is:

Terms of Service: The Length of Common Digital Contracts #infographic


infographic by: www.visualcapitalist.com

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