Grammar Checkers

A grammar checker, in computing terms, is a program, or part of a program, that attempts to verify written text for grammatical correctness. Grammar checkers are most often implemented as a feature of a larger program, such as a word processor, but are also available as stand-alone application that can be activated from within programs that work with editable text.The implementation of a grammar checker makes use of natural language processing.
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  • Accidental Meaning In Graphic Design

    … designers unknowingly use something that looks like a chart, they can confuse the intended message, or even change it outright. Visual Accidents When a graphic design with an accidental meaning makes it to print, there can be rather embarrassing results. Here are five examples of poorly proofed graphic design with accidental meanings. 1. Venn diagrams…

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